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February 2018 Archives

How much alcohol can someone drink before hitting 0.08 percent?

In Arizona, a person's blood alcohol concentration becomes illegal and dangerous once it hits 0.08 percent. For commercial drivers, anything above 0.04 percent is illegal. Naturally, for individuals under the age of 21, it is illegal to drink alcohol. That means even a BAC of 0.01 percent could send a teenager to jail for driving under the influence

What makes a law enforcement search illegal?

Arizona residents are right to expect some level of privacy in their personal lives. For example, they should expect that the can live as they please within the law within their homes without the threat of law enforcement officials barging in and investigating their actions and property. However, under some circumstances police and other government officials are permitted to make searches and seizures of private citizens' property when they are investigating suspected criminal conduct.

Pulled over for a DUI? Follow these 3 tips

You are at a party one night and you decide to drive home. Perhaps you only had a drink or two and assume that driving will be no big deal, only to see the lights flashing behind you. Maybe you were swerving a bit, driving unreasonably slow or you just have a taillight out. Whatever the case is, you get a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach when you hear the sirens. 

What is a criminal appeal?

When a Mesa resident is arrested for the alleged commission of a crime there are a few different ways that their legal matter may move forward. If the prosecutor on their case decides that there is not any evidence connecting them to the matter then they may be released from their charges. If the prosecutor does decide to move forward with criminal charges the individual may decide to negotiate a plea deal on their case. If the individual wants to fight their charges in court then a trial date will be set to hear their matter.

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