The ranking is in, and Attorney Craig J. Rosenstein and his law firm, has just been ranked AV Preeminent by the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings. An AV Preeminent rating goes beyond one of Martindale-Hubbell's highest rankings, AV rated. This significant rating is a testament to the fact that a lawyer's peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence.
In the state of Arizona, it is illegal to operate a motorized watercraft while under the influence of any alcoholic beverages, drugs, vapor-releasing substances, or any combination of intoxicants. If you live in Maricopa, Pinal, or Pima County, it is important that you seek the help of an experienced DUI attorney like those associated with the Rosenstein Law Group.
Last Friday started Arizona's state wide crackdown on DUI enforcement for the Memorial Day weekend. This crackdown was yet another attempt to enforce Arizona's already strict drinking and driving laws, and to prevent injuries and fatalities due to automobile accidents.
When you are sick, you go to the doctor and if needed, they will provide you with a prescription. Now depending on the drug prescription, they will also advise you to not drive or drink while on this medication. Listen to these professionals, because this advice may save you from a DUI.
Did you know that Phoenix police officers can get a signed search warrant for a blood sample from a seemingly intoxicated driver within minutes? Traditionally, if a suspected driver refuses a blood test, police officers would have to drive to a station, type up a warrant, fax it to the court and then wait to hear from a judge. This new system is called an eSearch Warrant Application, and it allows an officer to send a warrant from their patrol car, where it is sent to a judge who can approve or deny the document from a laptop in a much shorter time.
People often ask if someone can be convicted of a DUI on a bicycle. Unfortunately, there is no Arizona law which directly addresses this issue. However, an analysis of Arizona law suggests that a conviction for a DUI on a bicycle would be unlikely.
On Tuesday May 6th, 2014, the Arizona Court of Appeals announced a ruling that bars the city law enforcement from arresting someone solely on the basis of being incapacitated by alcohol in public. The ruling was pre-empted by a 1972 state law that prohibits criminalizing someone for "being a common drunkard or being found in an intoxicated condition."
Already take a plea? And now you want to know if you can back out of it even though the 90 day time window to request relief has already passed? Is there anything you can do?
The United States Supreme Court recently issued another blow to the 4th Amendment, which protects against unreasonable search and seizures. The ruling caused controversy when they declared that a vehicle may be stopped based on an anonymous 911 tip.