This Book was written for non-lawyers. My hope is that anyone can pick up this book and find relief from the burden of having been charged with DUI.
Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) February 04, 2013
Completely confused and frustrated trying to navigate Arizona's grueling DUI process without an attorney? Attorney Melanie Beauchamp may be able help. Ms. Beauchamp just released, in e-book form, “DUI: The Next Day.” The Book is the first of its kind in Arizona that allows non-lawyers to navigate both the court and MVD process after being charged with DUI.
Ms. Beauchamp, who has been practicing for over 22 years, teaches other attorneys how to handle DUI cases and has tried hundreds of cases in Arizona courts. For years, Ms. Beauchamp has witnessed good people become incredibly distraught over trying to understand the DUI process and comply with orders from both the court and MVD.
"Our clients are good people who had a bad day. They are good citizens who want to comply with the process but often feel like they cannot do so due to its complexity,” says Ms. Beauchamp. This scenario inspired Ms. Beauchamp to write “DUI: The Next Day.”
“DUI: The Next Day” is a simple manual on how to deal with situations that arise when charged with DUI. The Book instructs readers how to remove a vehicle from impound, explains the court process and the penalties, and guides readers through license reinstatement. The Book also includes information on where a mug shot may be posted and how to possibly remove the mug shot from certain websites. Recognizing that this is a very emotional and stressful process for individuals charged with DUI, the Book addresses the emotional impact of a DUI charge.
"This Book was written for non-lawyers. My hope is that anyone can pick up this book and find relief from the burden of having been charged with DUI,” says Ms. Beauchamp.
The Book can be purchased in e-book form by going to http://www.ArizonaDUI.com. Paper copies will be available for purchase shortly.