With self-driving cars being tested and readied for the market in the next few years or so, many people are asking a question: if the car is self-driving, can you still get a DUI if you’re in the driver’s seat? Tests are being run on these cars not only in the United States, but in […]Read More
It was reported last week that a pedestrian was killed in Phoenix when she was struck by a vehicle at an intersection. The driver of the car, according to police, did not stop after hitting the young woman. Rather, he proceeded to the parking lot of nearby Frys, ostensibly to check the damage to his […]Read More
Some people still consider DUI a relatively minor offense. Maybe because for a first-time DUI, the charge is usually a misdemeanor. Whatever you might believe about the seriousness of drunk or drugged driving, a recent event in Tempe might well change your thinking. A Phoenix man was driving his pickup truck this past Saturday night, […]Read More
We hear all the time about the correlation between holidays and drunk or drugged driving. Traditionally, there is an uptick in the number of crashes, highway fatalities and DUI arrests during the various holidays. But some holidays are more dangerous than others. The Most Dangerous Dates to be on the Road Here’s the breakdown on […]Read More
The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that a provision of the state’s DUI law – involving blood samples – is unconstitutional. We hear a lot about breathalyzers, blood draws, urine tests and the like, in the aftermath of a suspected DUI. If you did not know the law, you might wonder why anyone would agree […]Read More
Problems persist at the Phoenix Open Scottsdale has just played host to the Waste Management Phoenix Open, as it does each year. The tournament is fairly relaxed by golf standards. It is also the most well-attended golf event in the country. Round three of the tournament saw almost 205,000 in attendance this year, a new […]Read More
When the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act was passed in 2010, it represented good news for those who wanted to use pot to alleviate various medical conditions. The Act says, in effect, that you can’t be prosecuted for using marijuana provided you stay within the requirements of the statute. So far, so good. Then along comes […]Read More
Arizona State Representative Albert Hale was pulled over by a DPS officer on November 23, and was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. Reports on the case are a bit sketchy, and little in the way of details were provided. Here’s what we’ve been able to put together, at least according to the police. They […]Read More
Problems relating to driving under the influence are in the news on a regular basis. The issue seems to be more acute during holiday times, accompanied as they are with more drinking, and more travel. To the extent that education can play a role in reducing the incidence of DUI, some of the facts below […]Read More
If you take a look at the arrests of Phoenix professional athletes over the past dozen years or so, they involve not only DUI’s, but also assaults, drug charges, domestic violence, and others. We thought it would be interesting to examine one article (20 Most Memorable Arrests of Phoenix Athletes), published a few weeks ago, […]Read More
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