With one of the toughest DUI laws in the nation now on the books in Arizona, it is more important than ever that those faced with such charges seek the most qualified legal representation possible. In short, it is imperative to find an Arizona DUI attorney with the experience and capabilities to explain the consequences which you are facing, formulate a criminal defense that addresses the intricacies of your case and fight the charges against you with everything at his/her disposal. At the Law Offices of Craig W. Penrod, P.C., our DWI attorneys focus their considerable efforts on protecting the rights of those accused of DUI and vehicular crimes.
If you've been charged with driving while intoxicated, the odds of successfully challenging the charges rise or fall on the abilities of your Arizona DUI lawyer. Our efforts are led by Craig Penrod, who has been practicing DUI defense and criminal law for over 30 years. Mr. Penrod has received an AV® rating, the highest competency rating achievable from the national lawyer rating service Martindale-Hubbell, a tribute to his long and distinguished career. With four uniquely experienced defense attorneys and their support staff, your case will be given the individual attention it deserves and all possible defenses explored.
Our approach to each case is based upon a “team” concept. All of our attorneys work on each case, meaning you'll have four of the most experienced and skilled attorneys in the State of Arizona addressing legal issues and crafting strategies on your behalf. And when we delve into your case we'll do so with a host of resources at our disposal. We are uniquely qualified to challenge blood and breath tests, and also employ online researchers, accident reconstructionists, and criminal investigators to sort out the details and find the often overlooked nuances that could make a difference in your case.
If you drink and then drive, you could be charged with DUI. At the Law Offices of Craig W. Penrod, P.C., our philosophy is to fight the charges in each case. Often times we are able to achieve the desired results without even going to trial, and we would never recommend a guilty plea unless it leads to a substantial benefit that our client couldn't have otherwise achieved. Whatever you do, make certain to consult legal counsel in order to know your rights and the options available to you moving forward.