Arizona DUI Blog

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Super Extreme DUI while visiting Phoenix, AZ

by Aaron Black • March, 05, 2020
A criminal conviction for a Super Extreme DUI stays on public record for life and can be viewed by law enforcement in other states. more...

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If a minor gets a DUI in Phoenix, AZ is it a felony or misdemeanor?

by Aaron Black • February, 27, 2020
An underage DUI arrest can be made even if the minor wasn’t driving. All that is necessary is that the minor was in “actual physical control” of the vehicle. more...

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Are Police Allowed to Search My Car in Phoenix, AZ Without a Warrant?

by Aaron Black • February, 20, 2020
Without a search warrant, police must have “probable cause” or at least a “reasonable suspicion” to search your vehicle. more...

Posted in: Criminal Defense  |   Views: 251  

How Long Will My DUI Conviction in Phoenix, AZ Stay on My Record?

by Aaron Black • February, 06, 2020
Arizona doesn’t allow a way to expunge a conviction, however, there is a way to reduce the stigma of some DUI convictions. more...

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Phoenix, AZ Drug Recognition Experts on the Frontline of Drug DUIs

by Aaron Black • January, 30, 2020
Drug recognition experts (DRE), can identify someone who is impaired by drugs. more...

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Courtroom Standards of Conduct in Arizona Courtrooms

by Aaron Black • January, 23, 2020
In court, you need to wear clothes that are appropriate for a business setting, not casual attire such as open-toe shoes. more...

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‘Hidden Dangers’ of Ignition Interlock Devices in Arizona

by Aaron Black • January, 16, 2020
The ignition interlock device will randomly require you to blow into it for several seconds. more...

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Second Arizona DUI Brings 30-Day Vehicle Impoundment

by Aaron Black • January, 09, 2020
Vehicle impoundment serves as a deterrent for repeat DUI offenders. more...

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What Happens if I Get a DUI While Driving On a Suspended License In Phoenix, AZ?

by Aaron Black • January, 02, 2020
If you plead or are found guilty of driving on a suspended license, you’ll be placed on probation when your sentence is fulfilled. more...

Posted in: DUI Defense  |   Views: 271  

What Questions Should I Ask when hiring a DUI Defense Attorney in Phoenix, AZ?

by Aaron Black • December, 26, 2019
Attorney referrals can come from family and friends, and if that isn’t working you can research DUI Lawyers Online. more...

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Arizona’s ‘Conforming Reckless’ Alternative in DUI Cases

by Aaron Black • December, 19, 2019
Not every jurisdiction in Arizona applies conforming reckless as an alternative to a DUI conviction. more...

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Can Arizona’s Dram Shops and Social Hosts Be Liable?

by Aaron M. Black • December, 12, 2019
Businesses serving alcoholic drinks are known as dram shops, a historic term for businesses selling spirits by the dram. more...

Posted in: DUI Defense  |   Views: 304  

Phoenix, AZ Repeat DUI Offenders Face Severe Consequences

by Aaron Black • December, 05, 2019
Generally, punishments in Phoenix, AZ and surrounding communities for repeat offenders are much more serious than the first DUI offense. more...

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Can I get home detention for a DUI in Scottsdale, AZ?

by Aaron Black • November, 26, 2019
To get enrolled in Arizona’s home detention program some time must be spent in jail, how long and if detention is allowed is determined by the jurisdiction involved. more...

Posted in: DUI Defense  |   Views: 611  

Can I avoid the Ignition Interlock Device in Phoenix, AZ?

by Aaron Black • November, 14, 2019
An Ignition Interlock Device (IID) has a breathalyzer that detects alcohol when the driver exhales into it before starting their car. more...

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Is Jail Mandatory for an Arizona DUI Conviction?

by Aaron Black • November, 08, 2019
Judges are allowed to use discretion in deciding sentences and there can be differences among cities in which the offense occurred. more...

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Arizona’s Actual Physical Control Law in DUI Cases

by Aaron Black • October, 31, 2019
Actual physical control now means the defendant’s access to the vehicle must be either “present or imminent.” more...

Posted in: Criminal Defense  |   Views: 206  

DUIs for Synthetic Drug use and Possession in Arizona

by Aaron Black • October, 24, 2019
Arizona law classifies synthetic drug violations as a class 2 misdemeanor or a felony can be charged against those who have prior criminal offenses. more...

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Filing a Complaint for an Unlawful DUI Arrest in Arizona

by Aaron Black • October, 17, 2019
If you feel like you've been falsely arrested for a DUI consult with an experienced DUI defense attorney after the arrest to develop the complaint to achieve the best possible outcome. more...

Posted in: DUI Defense  |   Views: 638  

Arizona Drive-by Shooting Law and Defenses

by Aaron Black • October, 10, 2019
Drive-by shootings and episodes of road rage also have predictable drive-by results, unintended victims. more...

Posted in: Criminal Defense  |   Views: 330  

In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, I wanted to inform clients and potential clients I am still available for consultations. I am always available by phone, text and/or email. We can also use Facetime for social distancing. The criminal justice system is not stopping due to COVID-19.


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