Scottsdale DUI lawyer to speak at national conference

Driving Under the Influence, also known as DUI, attorneys from across the U.S. will gather this week in Chicago for the summer conference of the DUI Defense Lawyers Association.

Craig Rosenstein

Craig Rosenstein

Among the national experts leading training sessions is Scottsdale-based DUI attorney, Craig Rosenstein who is a founding partner of the Rosenstein Law Group. Rosenstein’s session, titled “Seeing HGN from a New Angle of Onset,” will be at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 10.

HGN stands for Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus, according to a press release.

“The DUI-DLA conference provides an excellent opportunity for DUI attorneys from across the U.S. to gather and share best-practices in our efforts to defend our clients and grow our businesses,” stated Mr. Rosenstein, founding partner of Rosenstein Law Group, in the release.  “It’s an honor to be recognized and asked to be a presenter at a conference of my peers and is a verification to the success our team has achieved for our clients here in Arizona.”

The mission of the DUI-DLA, of which Mr. Rosenstein is a founding member, according to the release, is to protect and ensure by rule of law those individual rights guarantees by the state and federal constitution in DUI related cases; to resist the constant efforts which are being made to curtain these rights; to encourage cooperation between lawyers engaged in the furtherance of these objectives through educational programs and other assistance; to serve at the first and last line of defense of the constitution; to assist attorneys and public defenders in obtaining advanced training in DUI-related areas through education scholarship grants.

The Rosenstein Law Group is a skilled and highly experienced DUI and drug crime defense law firm with a long history of success in the cases we handle and the clients represented, according to the release.

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