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Will You Lose Your CDL After Getting a DUI?

Posted on March 8, 2023 in

In Arizona, driving while intoxicated comes with stiff penalties. Arizona law enforcement takes drunk driving very seriously. Impaired drivers pose a significant danger to others on the road, killing one American approximately every 45 minutes. Consequences for a first DUI offense in Arizona can bring fines of over $1,250 and ten days of jail time,… read more

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Can You Be a Commercial Driver With a DUI on Your Record?

Posted on March 2, 2023 in

States like Arizona depend heavily on the transportation industry for their goods and services, and with 6 major interstate highways, the Grand Canyon State is mecca for truck drivers. But what if you want to become a commercial driver in Arizona but have a past conviction for DUI? Everyone makes mistakes, and you may be… read more

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What Is a Portable Breath Test (PBT)?

Posted on February 8, 2023 in

A fun night out with friends, a romantic dinner date with wine, or an evening watching the big game at a sports bar can be the highlight of your week. But if your good time turns into a DUI, the results of your night out can be life-altering. Police officers in Arizona need only a… read more

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Can No Trespassing Signs Prevent Police Entry?

Posted on February 2, 2023 in

People in the United States, including Arizona residents, expect a right to privacy within their own property. The wording of the U.S. Constitution expressly forbids police officers from conducting “unreasonable” search and seizure, which means they cannot enter private property without a warrant. However, for centuries, court cases have attempted to define the parameters of… read more

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Spousal Privilege in Arizona

Posted on December 28, 2022 in

In Arizona, spouses are treated differently when it comes to courtroom testimony compared to unrelated individuals. The marriage contract between two parties is a legal contract as well as an emotional bond. Arizona considers this bond a privilege when it comes to testifying in both criminal and civil cases. Just as in other privileged relationships… read more

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