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Last Modified: June 17, 2014 at 8:40 pm

Lake Havasu, Arizona Operating Under the Influence Attorneys

You were out on Lake Havasu having a good time. The last thing you expected was to be stopped for boating while intoxicated.

In Arizona, a boating DUI or watercraft DUI is called operating under the influence (OUI), and the consequences are just as serious as those for drinking and driving. If you have been charged with OUI, get experienced legal representation from an Arizona OUT defense attorney as soon as possible.

At Cates & Sargeant Law Group, PLLC, our Phoenix criminal attorneys help build a strong defense that may lead to reduced penalties, or even a dismissal of charges. We are determined to obtain the best possible outcome on your behalf. Contact our team of experienced Lake Havasu City OUI lawyers by calling the office toll free at (602) 296-3434.

Consequences of an OUI Conviction

The state of Arizona takes OUI very seriously, in part because people involved in boating accidents are more likely to die. Those caught driving a water vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or higher face fines, mandatory counseling, loss of their boating license and even possible jail time.

At Cates & Sargeant Law Group, PLLC, we fight hard for people accused of drinking while boating. Did the police have reasonable suspicion to stop your boat? Were proper procedures followed in administering blood alcohol tests? We challenge the prosecution’s case at every level with the commitment to protect your rights, and your freedom.  The Phoenix, AZ OUI defense lawyers at the Cates & Sargeant Law Group, PLLC have extensive combined successful experience defending clients who have been charged or accused of an OUI.

Contact an Arizona OUI Defense Attorney

If you have been arrested in Arizona for a boating DUI or watercraft DUI, known as OUI, you need a Phoenix OUI defense lawyer. Contact the attorneys at Cates & Sargeant Law Group, PLLC, by calling toll free during business hours at (602) 296-3434. You can also contact us online. Consultations are free and confidential.