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Man Arrested for Aggravated DUI While Driving with a Flat Tire

Forty-three-year-old (43) Robert Mavis was arrested on suspicion of aggravated DUI after police saw him driving a vehicle with a flat tire in Mesa. According to Police, Mr. Mavis had slurred speech, did not know where he was coming from, was incoherent and nearly fell while trying to stand. Mr. Mavis told police he was approximately a quarter of a mile away from his home but was actually nearly five miles away. Police also said that Mr. Mavis struggled with them as they tried to arrest him. Finally, according to Police, Mr. Mavis was driving on a restricted license due to a previous DUI conviction.

According to Arizona Revised Statute 28-1381, “It is unlawful for a person to drive or be in actual physical control of a vehicle . . . while under the influence of intoxicating liquor.” In Arizona, DUI charges may be punishable by among other things, one or more days in jail, fines, driver’s license suspension and probation.

If you have been arrested for DUI, contact the experienced criminal defense attorneys at Oracle Law Group Office P.C. The drunk driving lawyers at Oracle Law Group Office P.C. will fight hard to have your DUI charges reduced or dismissed.