201401.04
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Applying for a Visa after DUI

When you are arrested for DUI, you are photographed and fingerprinted, making it very easy for authorities to find any records of your convictions. If you lie on your visa application about your DUI history, the authorities will deny your visa due to fraud and misrepresentation.

201312.30
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Can I Be Deported If I Am Convicted Of DUI?

Unfortunately, it is possible that your DUI conviction could result in your deportation or in you becoming ineligible for citizenship in the United States. How it works: Why You Could Be Deported The United States Citizenship and Naturalization Services can have you deported if the crime involved “moral turpitude” or if it was a violent…

201309.17
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What Will Happen To Me If I Am Convicted Of A Felony For The Fourth DUI Offense?

PENALTIES IF YOUR FOURTH DUI IS A FELONY Depending on the underlying facts of your felony DUI, it may be a class IV felony or a class VI felony. This distinction is very important because the penalties differ substantially. Notice that the misdemeanor penalties depend on what your BAC was at the time of driving…

201309.15
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What Are The Penalties If Your Fourth DUI Is A Misdemeanor?

Your fourth DUI is considered a misdemeanor if it is your first DUI outside the 84 month (seven year) period. You will be treated as a first-time misdemeanor DUI offender. However, please note that although the State cannot use your prior convictions to impose increased punishment (this is called “alleging the prior conviction”), they can…

201309.12
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What Will Happen To Me If I Am Convicted of a DUI For The Fourth Time?

THIS IS MY FORTH DUI OFFENSE, WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE PENALTIES? Before we can determine what the penalties will be for your fourth offense DUI in Arizona, we must know the date of the fourth violation, the dates of the three prior DUI violations, the status of your driver license, whether you had any restriction(s)…

201308.07
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El Mirage Man Arrested with Blood Alcohol Level 4 Times the Legal Limit

El Mirage police say they found Justin Matthew Holze, 36, on June 24 near the U.S. 60 and Greenway Road coasting about 5 mph without his hands on the wheel and unresponsive. Officers followed him down the highway during which time they observed Holze swerving between lanes and bumping into a guard rail. In order…

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Do all of the Courts treat Defendants the same?

No. They are supposed to, but that does not always happen. Your attorney should be very familiar with the court in which you must appear because the sentencing statutes can be read and interpreted differently by different judges and different courts. For example, Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) § 28-1383 subsection I allows judges to suspend all…