Arizona DUI’s & Healthcare Professionals: Three Things You Should Know

This article will cover a few basic initial thoughts for licensed healthcare professionals in Arizona, who are charged with misdemeanor DUIs.

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Stops for weaving | DUI in Tucson – ARS §28-729.1

This is another common “violation” that police use as justification for a DUI late night traffic stop. And we have had some success with this statute as well.

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DUI in Tucson: Police Stops During the Holiday Season – Wide Right Turns

The Holiday Season is upon us and Tucson-area police are out with special force. They look for small, sometimes imperceptible, traffic “violations” to justify stops of motorists, often late at night.

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Choosing a DUI Lawyer: Six things to consider

Here in Tucson, police engage in aggressive DUI enforcement. Lot’s of people get cited or arrested for a variety of DUI offenses. All come with mandatory jail time, and can result in a criminal record that could affect careers.

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A Quick Guide: Immigration Consequences of DUI’s in Arizona

What follows is quick guide that focuses upon the immigration consequences of Arizona DUI’s for LPR’s, VISA holders, and DACA recipients.

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What Should I Do If I Am Pulled Over For a Suspected DUI in Tucson?

If you are pulled over, you will need to decide what to do, based on your individual circumstances. Whether you decide to politely exercise your rights to remain silent and to counsel before making any decisions, or comply with all the officer’s requests, if you are truly impaired then it is highly likely you will be charged with DUI.

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Jeff Sessions & Medical Marijuana in Arizona

As a result of U.S Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recent announcement, about renewed enforcement focus concerning federal marijuana laws, despite state legalization, Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Laws have been back in the news. Here’s a recap of current thinking and recent legal developments.

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Wide Turns: A Common Reason Police Stop People for DUI in Tucson

Each holiday season the police here in Tucson conduct annual DUI “saturation patrols.” These result in the arrests hundreds of people, most whom have never been charged with a crime in their lives.
But not everyone the police stop is swerving all over the road. Concentrating on Fourth Avenue, University of Arizona campus, and downtown, the police often use de minimus reasons as excuses to stop you: things they claim are traffic violations, but are actually things drivers do every day.

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University of Arizona Students: “Greek Life” & Criminal Charges

Fraternities have made the news, in Arizona, and not lately in good ways. Rampant underage use of alcohol, dangerous and unlawful hazing, and absolute tragedies have garnered headlines, triggered arrests, and resulted in many fraternities being removed from campus, in some cases with particularly good reason.

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Buying Beer in the Student Union – Minor in Possession

Drinking, as your parents will admit, if they’re honest, is an expected and largely tolerated part of college life. If your parents are old enough, they remember when you could buy beer in the student union—back then the drinking age was eighteen.

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