Though DUI Arrests Are Down, Extreme DUIs Are Up

Arizona Extreme DUIFor the third year in a row, Arizona police are reporting that they have made fewer drunk driving arrests than in the previous year. According to Alberto Gutier, director of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, DUI arrests fell from 32,174 in 2012 to 31,892 in 2013, and further in 2014 to 28,471. Continue reading

Extreme DUI: Man Arrested After Being Woken Up

A man was recently found slouched over his wheel and sleeping alongside Highway 89A. The police found him after someone reported the truck sitting on the side of the road. When the police arrived and peered into the window of the truck, they found the 23-year-old local sound asleep. Upon being woken up, the driver tried to drive away. The police removed him from the truck and arrested him for DUI. The man’s blood alcohol content was measured at .180 percent, which is considered an extreme DUI. He has been charged with DUI as well as possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Continue reading

Super Extreme DUI Arrest Raises Questions About Arizona DUI Law

Steven RadleyA recent arrest for “super extreme DUI” could lead to questions about the structure of Arizona DUI laws for those who do not understand how these laws are designed. Steven Ray Hadley, Jr., of Lake Havasu City was arrested by Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies for DUI when they stopped him for erratic driving. Radley admitted to having consumed alcohol, and a blood test revealed that his BAC was .233 percent. Continue reading

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