DUI

Arizona DUI laws

What are the Arizona DUI Laws?

What Are the Arizona DUI Laws? Arizona is known for having some of the strictest DUI laws in the country. These laws were enacted to protect those traveling on the state’s roadways. Someone convicted of DUI in the state can face stiff fines, other financial penalties, jail time, and use of an ignition interlock device. […]
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unlawful DUI stops in Arizona

Unlawful DUI Stops in Arizona

Unlawful DUI Stops in Arizona Every Arizona resident is entitled to certain rights and protections. These rights extend to individuals who are suspected of committing crimes. While Arizona does have DUI checkpoints enabling police officers to inspect multiple vehicles and determine whether the operator is intoxicated, DUI stops can be unlawful under certain circumstances. If you […]
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Arizona DUI Laws Regarding Unconscious Drivers

Arizona DUI Laws Regarding Unconscious Drivers Certain situations pose additional legal challenges when it comes to DUI cases. Vehicle operator unconsciousness is one of the factors that can contribute to complications. Does the police have any power whenever unconscious drivers are involved? Can the respective individual be prosecuted for driving under the influence? Implied Consent: […]
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ignition interlock and arizona dui laws

Ignition Interlock and Arizona DUI Laws

Ignition Interlock and Arizona DUI Laws If you have been convicted of a DUI in Arizona, you have probably heard the term ignition interlock device (IID). So let’s find about ignition interlock and Arizona DUI laws. Understanding how these machines work and how they come into play with DUI convictions is important to the success […]
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criminal damage in arizona

DUI and Criminal Damage in Arizona

DUI and Criminal Damage in Arizona Whenever you get in a car accident that causes property damage and you’ve been drinking or using drugs, you would potentially be charged with two separate things – driving under the influence and criminal damage in Arizona. For the second charge to hold, the prosecutor will have to demonstrate that […]
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