Police have few options when marijuana impairment is suspected

Posted On January 30, 2017 I Drunk Driving Charges

Arizona residents voted narrowly in November 2016 to defeat a ballot measure that would have legalized recreational marijuana use in the state. When the final votes were counted, law enforcement officers across the state may have let out a sigh of relief.

What do you not have to do at a DUI stop?

Posted On January 27, 2017 I Breath Test Refusal

In today’s emotionally charged dealings with police, cooperation is absolutely essential to your safety and future. However, that does not mean you have to allow an officer to subject you to anything incriminating or illegal. You have the right to fair treatment.

Motorcyle accident lawsuits in Arizona

Posted On January 24, 2017 I Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists in Arizona and around the country may enjoy the freedom and sense of adventure that comes with traveling on two wheels, but they are also far more likely to be killed or injured in a crash than car, pickup truck or SUV drivers.

Auto-brewery syndrome could be responsible for your DUI

Posted On January 21, 2017 I Drunk Driving Charges

For many people, avoiding drunk driving means being careful about how much alcohol they consume. However, those with auto-brewery syndrome have found that they can become drunk simply from the foods they eat. What sounds like science fiction is being proved an actual condition and is slowly gaining more publicity.

Green Bay receiver facing marijuana charges

Posted On January 20, 2017 I Drug Charges

Arizona NFL fans may be familiar with Geronimo Allison, a rookie for the Packers who has shown strength as a receiver this year. According to news sources, Allison is facing charges of marijuana possession in Wisconsin following a traffic stop. The stop took place on Sept.

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