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If you get sent to jail or prison in Arizona, you will no longer have the same access to your bank accounts or assets. If there are still bills to be paid while you are incarcerated, this needs to be arranged ahead of time.
Every motor vehicle driver in Arizona is legally required to carry car insurance. Driving without insurance is a moving violation. While you will not face criminal charges for this offense in Arizona, you could be fined up to $1,000 and be required to pay for more expensive insurance in the future, known as SR-22 certificate insurance.
If you get taken in for questioning by a law enforcement officer in Arizona, the best thing you can do for yourself is to use your right to remain silent. If you lie to a police officer or make a false report during an interview or after an arrest, you could face criminal charges.
One of the decisions that you will need to make after getting involved in a car accident is whether or not to hire a lawyer. You are not legally required to hire an attorney to help you with a car accident insurance claim or even file a personal injury lawsuit after a motor vehicle collision.
Work zones and roadside construction projects are necessary to keep Arizona’s roads functioning in good condition. Unfortunately, construction zones can pose numerous dangers to drivers and workers alike. Work zones can come with crash risks such as equipment left in the road, dangerous detours, and distracted and inattentive drivers.