CONTACT US

Federal DUI

What is a Federal DUI?

Anyone who is arrested for DUI on federal land may be charged with a Federal DUI. Federal DUIs are labeled as such because the case will be heard in a federal, as opposed to a county or municipal, court. There are a number locations held by the federal government where a driver may be charged with a DUI:

  • National Parks (including waterways);
  • National Monuments;
  • Military Bases;
  • Federal Courthouse Property;
  • Airport Property;
  • Numerous Other Governmental parking lots and driveways.
A Federal DUI as classified as a class “B” misdemeanor. Class B misdemeanors are punishable by:
  • Up to 6 months of imprisonment in a federal penitentiary;
  • Up to $5,000 in fines; and
  • Up to 5 years of probation.

We Can Help With Your Federal DUI Charge

Our Arizona DUI attorneys have extensive experience defending clients facing these and other serious DUI offenses. If you have been charged with Federal DUI consider consulting with an experienced Arizona DUI lawyer as soon as possible to learn how proper representation can be beneficial in the outcome of your case. Our DUI defense lawyers will prepare your case for court by scrutinizing all evidence brought against you for errors or inconsistencies and help protect your rights.

Contact Us

If you have been charged with Federal DUI in Arizona, you may be facing severe penalties if convicted. To discuss your legal options with an experienced Arizona DUI Lawyer, contact the attorneys of Gallagher & Kennedy, by calling (602) 510-9999 today.

Frequently Asked Questions

READ MORE

What our clients are saying

“Jay provided impeccable attention to my case. He knew the law, communicated it to me precisely, heard my concerns, answered my questions, alleviated my fear, and negotiated a fair, streamlined settlement. He was always friendly and upbeat, and in the end I could breathe a sigh of relief and feel satisfied that the very best had been done for me.”

Learn More >