Arizona’s Holiday Crack Down on DUI

Arizona Holiday DUIsThe holiday season sees many festive celebrations, and many of these parties involve an increase in alcohol consumption. The holiday season also sees an increase in drunk driving accidents and arrests. Because of an increase in DUI over Thanksgiving and Christmas, DUI task forces throughout the Phoenix area were on the hunt for drunk drivers over New Years. Continue reading

Preparing for New Year’s Eve and Avoiding DUI Charges

DUI DefenseNew Year’s Eve is one of the busiest times for DUI charges throughout the year, according to official sources. While Thanksgiving holds the record for having the most DUI fatalities of any day of the year, New Year’s Eve is second, followed by other holidays such as Christmas, Fourth of July and St. Patrick’s Day as well as Cinco de Mayo in recent years. Continue reading

DUIs and the Holidays—What You Need To Know

Holiday DUI ArizonaAs the holiday season kicks into full swing, it is important to know certain facts about DUI arrests during this time of year. Knowing these facts may help you avoid a DUI arrest if you are pulled over for any reason during the period from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day. Continue reading

How To Avoid Holiday DUIs

Holiday - DUIMany people think that those who are arrested for DUI know full well that they are drunk when they get behind the wheel and just choose to ignore the rights of others as well as their own safety. While it is true that some drivers are heavily intoxicated, the majority of DUIs occur with drivers who are at or near the .08 percent blood alcohol limit. What this means is that one or two drinks, in some cases, can be enough to convict you of DUI, and you may not even realize that you are over the limit when you are pulled over. Continue reading

DUI and the Holidays Don’t Mix

Holiday DUIThe holiday season is almost here, and it may be a good idea to begin thinking about seasonal parties and gatherings well ahead of time in order to avoid DUI charges. The police are out in full force from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, so if you drink and drive the chances are better than average that you will be pulled over. Continue reading

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