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There are few charges as serious as a drunk driving charge; however, even that charge pales in comparison to a second or third drunk driving charge. The courts have little sympathy for repeat DUI offenders, and there are mandatory minimum sentences associated with second and third offenses that can truly devastate a life. That’s why it is important for repeat DUI offenders to entrust their defense to only the most skilled and experienced DUI lawyer at their disposal.
When it comes to Tempe repeat DUI cases, there is only one attorney who fits that bill: Mark Weingart.
Attorney Weingart has protected the rights of hundreds of people charged with driving under the influence in the state of Arizona, helping the vast majority to reduce the charges against them or have them dismissed altogether. While repeat DUI cases are far trickier to handle, Attorney Weingart can find the flaws in the evidence presented at prior court hearings and improve the chances that you will achieve a favorable result.
If you are facing your second, third, or even fourth DUI charge, you need to contact Mark Weingart immediately. While your circumstances may seem hopeless, he can help you make the most of your situation, and he will fight tirelessly for your rights.
As you might imagine, the courts and prosecutors are less likely to show mercy to repeat DUI offenders than first-time offenders. If it is your second offense, at the very least, you can expect to pay hefty fines, spend at least a month in jail, and have your license revoked. When you are allowed to drive again, you will have to agree to the installation of an ignition interlock device on your car. Your personal freedoms will be severely restricted for a very long time. Without representation from an experienced, talented attorney, you may well find yourself facing even harsher penalties; if your DUI is classified as Super Extreme, you’ll be spending six months in jail.
DUI defense attorney Mark Weingart has an intimate knowledge of DUI laws and the Arizona court system. He will evaluate your case and advise you of the course of action that is in your best interests. If it is in your best interests to challenge the evidence being presented against you, he may recommend trying your case to verdict. In most instances, people facing repeated DUI charges stand a better chance of protecting their rights by presenting their case to a jury rather than pleading guilty.
Whatever your circumstances, you can expect Attorney Weingart to serve only your best interests and to bring your case to the most favorable resolution possible. He will review the evidence against you not only in your current DUI case but in past DUI cases, finding any possible weaknesses that can be exploited in your favor. There is even the chance that he will be able to have your charges dropped, or at least reduced.
Don’t wait another moment to ensure the preservation of your rights. Call or email DUI attorney Mark Weingart today to arrange for an evaluation of your case.