Aggravated Felony DUI (Maricopa County Superior Court) – prison sentence drastically reduced – 6/1/2017
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After consulting with the Prosecutor I was able to convince him to dismiss the allegation that my Client was accused of while he was on release. The Prosecutor accepted a plea bargain.
What is a Plea Bargain?A Plea bargain is a voluntary agreement to avoid a trial in exchange for a certain sentence, and the court must approve. The defendant must plead guilty or Nolo Contendere (no contest) to a plea bargain.
If you are thinking about agreeing to a plea bargain I strongly encourage you to consult an experienced Maricopa County DUI Defense Attorney as not all plea offers are fair.
Drastically reduced sentenceMy Client agreed to the plea of 6 months in the Department of Corrections. This plea saved my client at a minimum 18 months in the department of corrections. He will be out of prison and back to work in no time.
Experienced legal defenseIn cases like these it is imperative that you have an experienced DUI Defense, one that will personally fight for you. The penalties for DUI in Arizona are some of the harshest in the country. A conviction carries mandatory jail, mandatory fines, license suspension, and the ignition interlock device. Depending on the blood alcohol concentration and history, jail can range from 1 day to 6 months for misdemeanors and up to 15 years for a felony.
I have handled many cases throughout my career and in each instance many of my DUI cases result in dismissals, not guilty verdicts, no jail time, or substantially reduced charges.
If you have questions or if you are facing Aggravated DUI charges in Maricopa County or surrounding communities in Arizona, please contact Aaron Black or call (480)729-1683 for a free consultation.