According to a recent article citing data from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, in 2013, for the first time in ten years the total number of DUI arrests in Arizona has decreased. That’s good news for everyone on the road – drivers, passengers, even pedestrians. It’s also very … [Read more...] about Arizona DUI numbers decrease in 2013
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For many activities, jobs, and hobbies in our lives, the rule of “practice makes perfect” applies: the more you do something, the better you may get. When the subject is DUI charges and DUI convictions, though, that is not the case. In fact, the more DUI charges or convictions a person has, the … [Read more...] about When a DUI is a felony in Arizona
When someone is convicted on a DUI charge here in Arizona, the penalties can include jail time, monetary fines, required community service, driver’s license suspension, and drug/alcohol testing, counseling and education – just to name a few. Sometimes, just the suggestion of incarceration or a … [Read more...] about How an Arizona DUI conviction can get you into a “fine” mess
If you are stopped by the authorities for suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) in Arizona, there is a specific series of questions and events that usually follows the stop. You will be asked to provide your driver's license and registration You may be asked it you had anything to drink … [Read more...] about What happens if you get pulled over for DUI in Arizona?