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Can You Be Charged With DUI For Sleeping It Off In Your Car?

Criminal Defense Lawyer Team - January 13, 2017

In an incident that garnered national attention in December, former Arizona Cardinal Michael Floyd was found sleeping behind the wheel of his car at an intersection in Scottsdale, Ariz. He was charged with two counts of driving under the influence (DUI). The key for Floyd’s DUI charges likely sticking are found in the article below […]


Find Out Why A Judge Tossed Breathalyzer Tests in DUI Cases

Criminal Defense Lawyer Team - January 6, 2017

A Vermont judge who claims there isn’t enough scientific evidence in breath tests to fairly charge someone with driving under the influence (DUI) threw out critical evidence in 25 cases. What is “relate-back” evidence and why is this such a win against it? After the judged tossed the evidence, a defense attorney in the courtroom […]


Do You Know How to Have Charges Expunged?

Criminal Defense Lawyer Team - December 30, 2016

You may have read about someone having their charges expunged. In this entry, we’ll talk about what that actually means. Defining expungement Arizona law looks at expungement as “setting aside a judgment.” Having records set aside is akin to the offense or charge never having taking place, even if you did time for it. Even […]


Avoiding the Day-After DUI

Criminal Defense Lawyer Team - December 23, 2016

Contrary to popular belief, “sleeping it off” is not always a foolproof way to kill your buzz, drive sober and avoid being charged with driving under the influence (DUI). In this entry, we’ll talk about how long it actually takes for alcohol to leave your system. Can people really be arrested for DUI the day […]


Find Out How Plea Deal for Drug Charges Reduced Jail Time by 45 Years

Criminal Defense Lawyer Team - December 16, 2016

A 23-year-old woman was facing serious time – a possible 50-year stint – in prison for various drug charges. But thanks to the wise advice of her lawyer, she accepted a plea deal, knocking her sentencing down to five years. Here’s What Happened The woman was charged after she and another individual were found sitting […]


Find Out Why Talking to Police Does You No Favors

Criminal Defense Lawyer Team - December 9, 2016

A woman who was charged with driving under the influence (DUI) after an accident that killed a man during a crash on I-17 in Phoenix gave us all a valuable lesson in exactly how not to behave when questioned by police officers. When officers arrived on the scene the woman verbally and physically assaulted the […]


How Plea Bargains Can Work For You

Criminal Defense Lawyer Team - December 2, 2016

It’s a fact that most criminal cases are resolved away from the courtroom through plea bargaining. In this entry, we’ll talk about the different types of plea bargains, and how they can work for you. What exactly is a plea bargain? Simply put, a plea bargain is an agreement between the prosecutor and defendant (you) […]


Did You Know Arizona Has Nation’s Toughest DUI Laws?

Criminal Defense Lawyer Team - November 26, 2016

If you’re ever asked by a police officer to blow into a breathalyzer, remember that Arizona blows away all other 49 states when it comes to being tough on charges for driving under the influence (DUI). That’s according to WalletHub, a personal finance website, which recently released rankings on the strictest and most lenient states […]


5 Things To Do At A DUI Checkpoint

Criminal Defense Lawyer Team - November 18, 2015

The Arizona Highway Patrol has seriously upped its game when it comes to sobriety checkpoints. In addition to blanketing the state with their checkpoints, they even partnered earlier this year with other law enforcement agencies looking for impaired people on the Colorado River. In this article, we’ll share tips on how to avoid raising suspicion […]


Why You Should Never Take a Field Sobriety Test

Criminal Defense Lawyer Team - November 11, 2015

If you’re pulled over by law enforcement for suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), the officers will most likely ask you to take a field sobriety test. In this article, we’ll talk about why you should never do so. Exercise Your Right Not to Take Field Sobriety Test It’s important to remember that the […]



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