Accused Of Driving An Unregistered Vehicle In Arizona?

Driving an unregistered vehicle in Arizona is potentially a very serious charge. If your vehicle is registered in another state when it should be registered in Arizona, you could be charged with a criminal violation.

At The Law Office of Karl A. Mueller, PLC, we are here to minimize the consequences of driving an unregistered vehicle in Arizona. Attorney Karl Mueller has extensive experience working with prosecutors in the Phoenix metropolitan area to help you obtain the best possible outcome. We represent clients in Gilbert, Chandler, Apache Junction and throughout the East Valley. Call 602-730-7857 for a free initial consultation.

What Is Driving An Unregistered Vehicle?

When police stop you for a traffic violation, they typically ask to see your driver's license and the vehicle's registration. If your driver's license says Arizona and your vehicle is not currently registered in Arizona, you could be ticketed for driving an unregistered vehicle. If your vehicle is registered in another state when it should be registered in Arizona, you could be charged with a criminal violation.

Criminal violations typically occur when a person moves to Arizona with a vehicle that is registered in another state. If the vehicle has several months left on the registration in the other state, the driver may put off registering the vehicle in Arizona. Unfortunately, this can have serious consequences. Commercial drivers can also face these charges when their truck is registered in another state.

Learn more about the consequences of criminal traffic violations.

To protect yourself from consequences that may include a permanent criminal record and employment repercussions, contact an experienced defense lawyer as soon as possible.

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