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Driving under the influence, or DUI, is against the law in Arizona. If you are found guilty and convicted of a DUI, you could lose your driving privilege as part of your punishment. Even before your criminal trial, however, your license could be suspended simply for being arrested for a DUI.
A car accident in Arizona can significantly damage your motor vehicle. In some cases, the car may be deemed a “total loss” by an insurance company. This means that the cost to repair the vehicle is more than the value of the vehicle itself.
Self-defense means that someone is justified in the use of force or threats against another person due to the reasonable belief that he or she is in imminent danger of bodily harm. If you had to use force against someone in Arizona – including the use of a firearm or another deadly weapon – in self-defense, you may find yourself in a difficult legal situation, even if you believe you were justified in using the force.
Going to work should never end in a disaster, such as a serious physical injury that will impact you for the following weeks, months or for life. Unfortunately, this is exactly the experience that hundreds of workers in Arizona have each year.
Arizona is one of the most popular states for motorcycling in the country. Unfortunately, it is not always the safest place for riders; in 2020, 160 motorcyclists lost their lives and 1,921 were injured in traffic accidents in Arizona, according to the state’s Department of Transportation.