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DUI Arrests Decline in Southeast Valley

Since 2008, DUI arrests across the Southeast Valley have decreased, and depending on who you ask, you may hear a completely different explanation as to the reason for the decline.  For example, according to Derek Neighbors, an entrepreneur in Chandler, the decrease in DUI arrests can be linked to a DUI grant received by the…

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“Drugged Driving” on the Rise . . . Contact a Phoenix Arizona Lawyer today to discuss your DUI Case

Nationwide public awareness campaigns and harsher penalties, among other things, have caused drunk driving to decrease.  However, many drivers are now being charged with what is commonly referred to as “drugged driving:” driving under the influence of prescription narcotics and illegal drugs.   According to the National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drug Use by Drivers,…

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Prescott PD uses Pizza to send Underage Teenage Drinking Message to Reduce Underage Drinking Rates

Over the holidays, the Prescott Police Department’s Underage Drinking Task Force reportedly gave 5000 pizza box toppers to local pizzerias and national pizza chains in Prescott that contained a message discouraging teenage underage drinking.  The box toppers were given to restaurants such as Papa John’s, Pizza Hut, Domino’s, Little Caesar’s, Mama Eda’s, Bill’s Pizza and…

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Nineteen-year-old drinking and driving underage faces harsh penalties for drinking and driving

Nineteen-year-old Christopher McCollum was arrested on suspicion of theft, and drinking and driving underage.  Mr. McCollum was driving his truck in northern Arizona at 1:45 a.m. when he stopped, left his vehicle, and began shaking a stop sign post allegedly attempting to steal the stop sign’s flashing red light.  Deputies, who were parked about thirty…