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What Is a Restricted License?

March 30, 2021 | DUI

Driver’s license suspension is a common penalty assessed against someone who commits a traffic violation in Arizona, such as driving under the influence (DUI). If the offender needs his or her license to fulfill employment, education, or religious obligations, however, the courts may grant the offender a restricted or hardship license instead. This type of… read more

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DUI Case: Difference Between Motor Vehicle Department (MVD) vs Court

March 15, 2021 | assault & violent crimes

We get asked a lot, what is the difference between the Motor Vehicle Department and the Court in a DUI case? There will be both court dates and a Motor Vehicle Department (MVD) hearing in a DUI case in Arizona. After a DUI arrest in Arizona, you will have a hearing entirely separate for this… read more

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DUI Arrests Down During 2020 Holiday Season Due to COVID?

March 5, 2021 | DUI Arrest,News

DUI Arrests dropped in December during the 2020 holiday season, compared to 2019. Was this drop in DUI rates due to COVID-19? The holiday season is traditionally a big time for DUI arrests in Arizona. Every December, state troopers, sheriff’s deputies, and local police officers take to the highways and streets searching for alleged drunk… read more

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Can You Buy and Carry a Firearm After a DUI Conviction in Arizona?

February 24, 2021 | DUI

With nearly 225,000 registered weapons in 2019, Arizona ranks within the top percentage of gun ownership in the United States. People in Arizona own guns for many reasons including, but not limited to: Target practice and skeet shooting; Personal and family protection; and  Hunting large and small game. It is no surprise that drivers facing… read more

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What Is Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus?

February 19, 2021 | Field Sobriety Tests

Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN) is a condition where the eyes make repetitive and involuntary jerking movements while gazing to the side. HGN is involuntary, and the person experiencing the condition is unaware it is happening. Typically the higher a person’s blood alcohol concentration, the sooner their eyes begin jerking as they move to the side…. read more

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