What Is the Court Process for Driving Under the Influence?

Driving under the influence (DUI) is illegal in all 50 states, and each state has a unique process for handling DUI cases. Arizona’s DUI laws enforce the federal blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) limit of .08% for individual drivers and .04% for commercial drivers.

Can Social Media Ruin My Case?

Posted On July 24, 2018 I Personal Injury

The vast majority of American adults have at least one social media profile online, and any local personal injury lawyer will likely give the same advice concerning social media use during an active case: A good rule of thumb is to avoid posting on social media during a personal injury case.

Do’s and Don’ts During a DUI Arrest

A DUI arrest is a serious matter, and it’s important to know what to do if you find yourself in such a situation. Regardless of whether you’ve been drinking before driving, your conduct during a DUI arrest can influence your sentencing and legal options following the arrest.

What Is the Certified Ignition Interlock Program?

An ignition interlock device (IID) fits into a vehicle and prevents it from driving until the driver blows into a breath analysis machine to ensure the driver’s sobriety. The Certified Ignition Interlock Program handles the installation and monitoring of these devices after a driver’s license suspension or revocation.

Is It Legal to Drink Alcohol in Arizona While in an RV? 

Recreational vehicles (RVs) are popular throughout the country for family vacations, retirement getaways, and traveling the country with the comforts of home in tow. RVs exist for enjoyment, but it’s still crucial to follow the rules of the road as you would in any other vehicle, and this applies to alcohol consumption.