The DUI Attorneys at Alcock and Associates now offer a police report analysis to anyone charged with a DUI in Arizona. The DUI Lawyers can help people obtain police reports, breath results and blood test results. The Phoenix DUI law firm charges no fees for this service.
Online PR News – 15-September-2011 – – The Phoenix, Arizona DUI Lawyers at Alcock & Associates are pleased to announce a new service available to the public. Anyone charged with a DUI offense can call their office and receive a police report analysis with DUI attorney Stacey Feldman. This service is free of charge.
“People with DUI charges face a tremendous amount of uncertainty,” says Phoenix DUI lawyer Nick Alcock. “They want to know specifically what type of punishment they can get from the court. People want to hear real answers, not generalizations. That’s why we can review any DUI police report. Our DUI attorneys can look for constitutional violations and procedural errors that can lead to a case being dismissed. When people leave our office after their police report has been reviewed, they feel more in control and more educated about the entire DUI process.”
In Arizona, a DUI arrest starts two parallel proceedings. People face a license suspension with the Motor Vehicle Department and criminal charges with a criminal court. As a result, there can be much confusion about how the process works and how to navigate the system. Furthermore, the courts tend to have very busy calendars, which can make them overburdened and incapable to address individual concerns.
“We make it very simple for people to understand what they need to do to prevent their license from being automatically suspended. We will take the time to tell our clients how to get copies of everything and what to expect when they get to court. The first DUI court appearance can be very stressful if you don’t know what to expect. However, once you know how everything works it is much less intimidating.”
The Phoenix DUI law firm of Alcock and Associates is located at 2 North Central Avenue on the 26th floor. Anyone charged with a DUI can call 602-989-5000 and ask to speak with attorney Stacey Feldman. Ms. Feldman is a former DUI prosecutor and is happy to conduct a consultation over the phone.