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Arizona driver arrested for DUI after car chase

If you are spotted or reported driving irresponsibly, there is a chance that you will be pulled over and investigated for drunk driving. Although this may be an alarming prospect, cooperation can be beneficial in the long run. Even so, in most cases you are not obliged to submit to a breath test or field sobriety tests if you are worried they may falsely incriminate you. However, refusing these tests can result in the revocation of your license.

Arizona woman faces drunk driving accusations

If you are involved in a car accident, there's a good chance that law enforcement officials will want to interview you. Their role is to determine whether your actions or physical condition may have contributed to the crash. This may involve a number of tests to figure out if you may have been intoxicated. Failure could lead to you being charged with drunk driving, or being arrested for further testing.

Arizona man arrested on DUI suspicions after graduation crash

Being convicted of drunk driving can have extremely negative repercussions for your life and your work. Aside from potential fines and perhaps jail time, you could face the loss of your license or even dismissal from your job. The resultant emotional and financial burdens can also put a strain on family life. In Arizona, a 22-year-old man could be facing this reality after being charged with drunk driving following a recent accident.

Rollover accident in Arizona leads to DUI arrest

Being involved in an automobile accident is already a trying experience. However, if you are then accused of being responsible for that accident, or being under the influence of alcohol, the situation is even more difficult. In Arizona a drunk driving charge can lead to fines, license revocation and even jail time in some circumstances. However, the tests are not always accurate and this can land innocent drivers in trouble.

Drunken driving case involving teen draws more criticism

Readers may remember hearing some time back about a Texas teenager who was convicted of intoxication manslaughter after driving drunk and killing four individuals in a crash. The case drew a lot of attention in the media, partially because of his defense attorney’s argument that he suffered from “affluenza,” a term referring to a constellation of negative traits linked to excessive wealth and consumerism. In his case, the defense attorney had argued, it was a sense of entitlement that drove him to make poor decisions.

237 arrested in Tempe crackdown, 67 for DUI

In our last post, we wrote about the death of an 18-year-old Arizona State University student in Tempe and the local police response to that incident. Specifically, authorities in Tempe vowed that they would crack down on enforcement of underage drinking, DUI and other alcohol-related laws.

Tempe authorities to crack down on DUI, other alcohol laws

After the death of an 18-year-old Arizona State University student in Tempe last weekend, authorities there are reportedly planning to crack down on alcohol-related laws. The accident reportedly occurred at an apartment complex near the university’s campus. The student in question apparently fell from the balcony of an apartment where a party was being hosted by a local fraternity.

Home detention used to counter soaring Maricopa County jail costs

If it seems as if there is a constantly rising cost of living, you’re right. The rise in prices extends beyond the grocery store and gas station, however. It’s more costly than ever to be convicted of DUI. Among those feeling the pain are cities being charged more by Maricopa County to house inmates.

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