A woman who was charged with driving under the influence (DUI) after an accident that killed a man during a crash on I-17 in Phoenix gave us all a valuable lesson in exactly how not to behave when questioned by police officers.
It’s a fact that most criminal cases are resolved away from the courtroom through plea bargaining. In this entry, we’ll talk about the different types of plea bargains, and how they can work for you.
If you’re ever asked by a police officer to blow into a breathalyzer, remember that Arizona blows away all other 49 states when it comes to being tough on charges for driving under the influence (DUI).
The Arizona Highway Patrol has seriously upped its game when it comes to sobriety checkpoints. In addition to blanketing the state with their checkpoints, they even partnered earlier this year with other law enforcement agencies looking for impaired people on the Colorado River.
If you’re pulled over by law enforcement for suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), the officers will most likely ask you to take a field sobriety test. In this article, we’ll talk about why you should never do so.
If you are arrested, are you sure you know exactly what to do? If you are like most people, the honest answer is “no.” The less experience you have with the criminal justice system, the less likely it is that you know what to do if you suddenly find yourself in handcuffs. Alex Lane, a
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