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Law Offices of Brian D Sloan
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#ArizonaDUIDefense - Laws Related To #DUI - When Stopped By The #Police, How Do You Stay Out of Trouble?

The worst thing someone could do is talk to the police. This would be a lot harder for someone who might have been flailing their arms around while driving. They might have been rocking up to their music when all of a sudden they got pulled over because the officer suspected the person might have been driving on a suspended license or driving under the influence.

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#ArizonaDUIDefense - Laws Related To #DUI - What Are The #DUIAdministrative And #CriminalStatutes In #Arizona?

Section 28-1381 of the Arizona Revised Statutes defines the law governing #drunkdrivinglaws in the state of Arizona. According to this primary statute, the maximum #bloodalcohollevel allowed for driving in Arizona is 0.08%.

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#ArizonaDUIDefense - Laws Related To #DUI - Why Do Officers Need Not Consider Innocent Behavior In The Evaluation Of Reasonable Suspicion To Stop A #Vehicle?

the officer performed a traffic stop because he noticed that a driver was flailing his arms with closed fits towards a truck’s passenger. The officer ended up discovering that the person was driving on a suspended license, he believed the person was impaired and he found #marijuana in the vehicle.

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#ArizonaDUIDefense - Laws Related To #DUI - Is The AZ Court Of Appeal Trying Not To Reevaluate Thousands Of Cases All Over Again?

The prosecutor would have to respond to all those motions and the courts would have to have hearings on all those motions, which is why they would rather state from that point forward that the prosecutor should not bring charges and that there was no factual basis behind those charges to bring new charges for inactive metabolites while driving.

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Arizona DUI Defense - Laws Related To DUI - What Does It Mean When The Court Of Appeal Stated Marijuana Metabolites In A DUI Case Were Not Retroactive?

A few months ago, the Arizona Supreme Court stated they were not concerned about inactive marijuana metabolites, meaning they were not concerned if someone had been driving with the inactive THC, called Carboxy-THC, so it would not be a DUI if that was found in the person’s system while they were driving and were physically in control of a vehicle.

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Arizona DUI Defense - Laws Related To DUI - Driving Under The Influence Of Drugs In Arizona

Drugged driving, or driving under the influence of drugs in Arizona can result in a drug DUI conviction. Drugged driving is defined as operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an illegal substance, or even a legal substance if the driver is impaired at the time of driving.

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Arizona DUI Defense - Laws Related To DUI -What Are The Laws Regarding Boating DUI In Arizona?

The charge for a Boating DUI, or operating a motorized watercraft while under the influence, is codified in section 5-395 of the Arizona Revised Statutes.

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Arizona DUI Defense - Laws Related To DUI - What Are The Laws For Underage DUI Or Baby DUI In Arizona?

A.R.S. §4-244 (34) defines “Underage Drink and Drive” as illegal if a person under the age of 21 years is found in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Arizona is a “zero tolerance” state when it comes to underage drinking and driving.

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Arizona DUI Defense - Laws Related To DUI - Medical Marijuana Laws In Arizona And DUI

Anyone found driving under the influence of marijuana and impaired to the slightest degree in Arizona will be charged under A.R.S. 28-1381(A)(1) of the Arizona Revised Statutes. It does not matter whether the person used marijuana illegally or had a legal prescription for the marijuana, the state of Arizona will charge anyone driving under the influence of marijuana with a DUI.

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#ArizonaDUIDefense - #UsefulTips - #CommonMisconceptionsaboutMultipleDUIOffenses - Once someone is going through their #secondorthirdDUI, what are some of the #misconceptions that they may have?

Do Not Underestimate the #SeverityofPenaltiesforMultipleDUIConvictions. Once they have hit their second or their third, if they think it is going to be like the first as far as #jailtime, as far as fines and fees, as far as counseling, they’re in for a shock.

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