201501.22
Off
0

Arizona DUI Lawyer Tips: “slightest degree”-Impaired or Not Impaired? That is the question; not whether you are above the “legal limit”.

Some people are confused when prosecuted for an Arizona DUI even though blood results indicate a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) below the legal limit of .08. Most people erroneously believe that keeping their BAC under .08 means that they are safe to drive, and safe from an Arizona DUI conviction. Those people are wrong. Arizona…

SIIRDL – What is the S.I.I.D.L. and how do you get one?
201408.18
Off
0

SIIRDL – What is the S.I.I.D.L. and how do you get one?

SIIRDL is a Special Interlock Ignition Restricted Driver’s License. This license allows you to drive during a court-ordered restriction. It is important to understand you are still under suspension, revocation or cancellation by the court, but you are allowed to drive to work, school, drug/alcohol screening, education or treatment facilities for scheduled appointments, your probation…

Federal Push For Lowered DUI Limits
201406.19
Off
0

Federal Push For Lowered DUI Limits

It’s a normal night, you’ve gone out to dinner at a fancy restaurant, watched a game at a sports bar, stopped by a friend’s house after a long day of work. You have one drink. You think to yourself, I feel fine, its only one drink, there’s no way I am impaired, and you’re ready…

“DUI: The Next Day” Wins Again
201406.18
Off
0

“DUI: The Next Day” Wins Again

Phoenix DUI defense attorney, Melanie Beauchamp, has added another accolade to her resume. Her book, “DUI: The Next Day”, won Runner-Up in the “How To” category at the Beach Book Festival. The Beach Book Festival is held annually in New York and considers books of all genres, from both major and independent publishers alike. As…

201405.21
Off
0

Scottsdale Drunk Law Struck Down

Scottsdale police are no longer permitted to cite or arrest someone solely based on being intoxicated in public. This is a result of the Arizona Court of Appeals opinion that stated that Scottsdale’s public-intoxication ordinance is actually preempted by a state law that prohibits local laws from criminalizing “being a common drunkard or being found…