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DUI Taskforce is in full swing at the Waste Management Phoenix Open

by Aaron Black • February, 01, 2019
If you are planning to attend the Waste Management Phoenix open and plan on drinking, an alternate method of transportation to and from the event is encouraged. more...

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Utah Tightens Its DUI Legal Limit to 0.05 BAC, Will Arizona Follow?

by Aaron Black • January, 17, 2019
Utah was the first state to adopt the 0.08 BAC law in 1983 and recently the only state to adopt a .05 BAC level. more...

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You can now be charged with a DUI while operating a Scooter in Scottsdale, AZ

by Aaron Black • January, 10, 2019
The new Scottsdale, AZ ordinance in regards to Scooters defines “all bicycles and scooters, electric or otherwise” as electric and motorized bicycles, motorized skateboards, motorized play vehicles and stand-up electric mini-scooters. more...

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Vehicular Endangerment in Phoenix, AZ

by Aaron Black • December, 29, 2018
Police can charge you with vehicular endangerment even if no one was hurt or killed. more...

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Happy New Year from the Law Office of Aaron Black!

by Aaron Black • December, 28, 2018
Should you find yourself in need of legal assistance over the New Year holiday, the Law Office of Aaron Black will be available 24 hours a day. more...

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Ex-Lawyer in Scottsdale, AZ Fatal DUI Case Sentenced

by Aaron Black • December, 26, 2018
Tracy Morehouse was sentenced to 10½ years in state prison for causing the death of Greg Dolphin while driving intoxicated. more...

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Merry Christmas from the Law Office of Aaron Black

by Aaron Black • December, 21, 2018
Should you find yourself in need of legal assistance over the holidays, the Law Office of Aaron Black will be available 24 hours a day to assist you. more...

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Missing a Court Date in Scottsdale, AZ likely means a Bench Warrant

by Aaron Black • December, 20, 2018
When you’re arrested on a bench warrant you’ll usually be taken into the court or held in jail until the judge issuing the warrant is available. more...

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A Phoenix Attorney’s view on the differences between Probable Cause and Reasonable Suspicion

by Aaron Black • December, 13, 2018
The difference between probable cause and reasonable suspicion is the nature of proof necessary for each. more...

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After you obtain a Bail Bond, immediately hire a Phoenix Criminal Defense Attorney

by Aaron Black • November, 29, 2018
A bail bondsman takes responsibility for the released defendant and will dispatch a bounty hunter to capture and arrest a defendant who tries to skip bail. more...

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Attorney in Fatal Scottsdale, AZ DUI Pleads Guilty

by Aaron Black • November, 23, 2018
Former attorney Tracy S. Morehouse had a super extreme blood alcohol concentration of .355. She is now facing 10 to 25 years in prison. more...

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‘Slightly Impaired’ and you could receive a consultation with a DUI Attorney this Holiday Season

by Aaron Black • November, 21, 2018
Even i f you are below Arizona’s legal limit of 0.08 percent of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) you are breaking the law and can be charged with “impaired to the slightest degree” more...

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‘Retrograde Extrapolation’ and a DUI in Phoenix, AZ

by Aaron Black • November, 15, 2018
Retrograde Extrapolation is a mathematical formula that allegedly can determine what the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was at the actual time of driving even hours later when blood is drawn under a warrant issued by a judge. more...

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Warrantless Vehicle Searches in Scottsdale, AZ

by Aaron Black • November, 08, 2018
The keys to legally performing a warrantless search in Scottsdale, AZ is that law enforcement must have a probable cause or a reasonable suspicion. more...

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Trial Date Nears for Attorney in Fatal Scottsdale DUI

by Aaron Black • November, 01, 2018
Attorney, Tracy S. Morehouse is facing two counts of endangerment and one count of leaving the scene of a crash, and operating a vehicle while in super extreme level of intoxication, all felonies. more...

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How Misdemeanor and Felony DUI's Differ in Phoenix, AZ

by Aaron Black • October, 25, 2018
If you are convicted of a DUI, the difference in the punishments of the offense is substantial. more...

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Can I avoid an Ignition Interlock by Not Driving in Scottsdale, AZ?

by Aaron Black • October, 05, 2018
Failing to have an IID installed within 30 days of a court order will result in an additional year of using the device. more...

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My license was suspended in Phoenix, AZ, how do I get it back?

by Aaron Black • September, 27, 2018
Your license may have been confiscated by Phoenix law enforcement when you were stopped because you refused to submit to a field sobriety test. more...

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DUI and Prescription Drugs in Maricopa County, AZ

by Aaron Black • September, 20, 2018
Arizona has a zero-tolerance policy for prescription medications and the level of impairment is measured by the “slightest degree.” more...

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Conspiracy in Phoenix, AZ, A Powerful Weapon in Drug Prosecutions

by Aaron Black • September, 14, 2018
If you knew someone was intending to commit a crime, or is committing a crime, you can be charged with conspiracy. more...

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