Can I represent myself in court for a Glendale DUI?

As Glendale DUI lawyers, we understand the temptation to represent yourself in court after you have been pulled over for a DUI in Arizona. However, we've also seen many cases become complicated in those circumstances, and we know there is a very good chance that the penalties and punishments that are suffered for so many DUI convictions could have been avoided with the help of an expert.

You certainly have the right to represent yourself in court after a DUI arrest. And, in some fairly straightforward DUI cases, you might even do just fine without a Glendale DUI lawyer at your side. However, Glendale DUI cases can become very complicated at times. Some of the complications you could run into during a drunk driving trial include:

  • Wreck related to the DUI
  • Injuries resulting from the DUI
  • Existing medical conditions
  • Severe weather
  • Previous convictions
  • Drug charges
  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Weapons charges

In situations like these, it is very important that you have an expert on your side who understands the DUI laws in Arizona, is familiar with the courts in your area, and can obtain the evidence needed to help you get the best possible outcome in your case.

A DUI conviction – especially a felony DUI conviction – can haunt you for the rest of your life. Speak with a skilled Glendale DUI lawyer today at 1-888-929-5292. We’d be happy to meet with you in a completely free, no-obligation consultation to talk about the circumstances that affect your DUI case and how we can help. For more information about who we are and what we do, request your complimentary copy of our book DUIs in Arizona – What You Must Know, which we offer FREE to Arizona residents.