Corso & Rhude Wants Arizonans to Remember Five DUI Facts This Cinco de
Arizona Law Firm Believes Drivers Should Know their Rights.
Peoria, AZ, May 05, 2010 --(PR.com)-- This Cinco de Mayo, the Law Office of Corso & Rhude wants
Arizonans to remember five things before they get behind the wheel.
Drinking and driving never mix - “It's a dangerous and deadly proposition,” said John Rhude, of the Law
Office of Corso & Rhude, who notes that more than 100 people were cited for DUIs during Cinco de
Mayo festivities last year.
Driving drunk means jail time - Arizona law requires that any person found guilty of drinking and driving
(even a first offense) serve jail time.
Driving drunk costs cash - DUI convictions can lead to fines up to $2,500. The law also includes
extensive fines, suspension of driving privileges and the installation of an ignition interlock device even
for first offenders.
Driving drunk kills - In 2008, more than 900 people in Arizona were killed by the actions of drunk
Driving drunk means needing a good lawyer - “Anyone accused of a DUI should arm themselves with the
facts, and that includes retaining a lawyer,” said law partner Christopher Corso. “You could be looking at
a license suspension, felony conviction and serious jail time.”
So before you get behind the wheel of a car this Cinco de Mayo, consider Corso & Rhude's Five DUI
“And remember, the only way to really protect yourself from a DUI is to make sure you don't drink and
drive in the first place,” Rhude said.
The Law Office of Corso & Rhude, PLLC is located at 9210 W. Union Hills Drive, Suite 102, Peoria,
Arizona, 85382. To schedule a free consultation, please visit www.corsorhude.com or call (602)
Law Office of Corso & Rhude, PLLC
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