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The Problem with the Self-Exclusion Process in Arizona Casinos

In Arizona, casinos have a self-exclusion process in place where people who have a gambling problem can inform the casinos of their problem and request to be banned. The casinos in turn have the person sign a voluntary trespass form and the individuals get put on a list. The self-exclusion is irrevocable and cannot be altered or rescinded for any reason during the time period elected on the form. Some of these people still go back to the casinos and still lose large amounts of money. However, if they win a large jackpot, the casinos request the winners name and the list to see if they signed the voluntary trespass form. If they did, then the casino will call the police and the individual is criminally charged with trespassing. Moreover, the casino does NOT give the jackpot winnings to the individual. Keep in mind, although the casino keeps the individual's winning jackpot, the casino does NOT return the losses to the individual.

DPS chief: Arizona high court ruling doesn�t change DUI laws

The state Supreme Court recently ruled that people with medical marijuana cards cannot be arrested for possessing weed extracts. But the director of the Arizona Department of Public Safety, Col. Frank Milstead, told a Phoenix TV reporter that the ruling does not change the state’s DUI laws.

Can the police trick you into a breathalyzer test?

Police are supposed to have reasonable suspicion before pulling a driver over for possible DUI in Arizona. But coercing a breath test out of the driver AFTER the stop has been made may be taking probable cause a little too far, at least that’s what an Arizona Appeals Court has decided. During the case, Angel Soza alleged that the police had tricked him into consenting to a breath test during a stop, and the courts agreed with him. At least partially. While the ruling stated that the illegally coerced breath test could not be used as evidence, they found that the officers in question should not be charged with improper conduct. 

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