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Mark Grace Leaves Diamondbacks Due to DUI

Mark Grace isn’t a baseball player anymore, but he still played a key part in making the Diamondbacks look good on the screen. He is the television color analyst for the Diamondbacks. ...
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One Killed, Three Injured in DUI Wreck

The police take DUIs seriously because they don’t want to see people get hurt or killed out on the road. Impaired drivers can be a hazard when on the highway, and may steer straight into another ...
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Mesa Mom Arrested for a DUI with 1-Year-Old in the Car

A Mesa Mom was arrested on suspicion of a DUI this morning when she was pulled over with her son in the vehicle. Brianna Marie Bird appeared to be inhibited when she drove her car over a sidewalk and ...
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Man Killed In Rollover Accident from DUI

A man is suspected of driving under the influence and was killed after being ejected from his vehicle during a rollover accident. The man was a 38-year-old who was found dead in the flipped vehicle. ...
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DUI Suspect Required to Pay for Officer's Pants

In an odd and slightly offbeat court case, a DUI offender from Boise, Idaho with the initials R.N. was recently required to pay for an officer’s pair of work pants. According to AZ Central, a ...
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Commercial Vehicle DUIs in Arizona

Arizona highways are dotted with semi-trucks transporting goods across the states. Those large vehicles have the power to pummel smaller compact cars out on the road, so it is very important that ...
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Trucker on Trial for Four Motorcycle Deaths and a DWI

Todd Faasse told Arizona Central that he has looked death in the face. In a sense he has. Faasse was riding his motorcycle with the Phoenix M.C. Cruisers, a motorcycle club in the area when a 23,000 ...
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Mother Arrested for DUI After Leaving her Baby on the Roof

Police officers get a lot of strange calls, but one Phoenix officer was particularly puzzled when he received a call concerning a baby in the middle of an intersection. The 5-week-old boy was strapped ...
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HB2284 May Be Overturned in Arizona

A law that was enacted a year ago in Arizona may already be getting overturned. After a year of complaints from several parties, house legislators are deciding whether to terminate HB2284. This piece ...
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Ignition Interlock Device Laws May Change

While all states take drunk driving seriously, some states have more stringent laws on the books. Arizona is working hard to prevent drunk driving in its state by enacting a new law this year. In most ...
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New Arizona DUI Law Will Impact Jury Trial Rights

This week, news sources announced that the Arizona public will not have the opportunity to vote on an important topic: the right of DUI offenders to have jury trials. The local attorney that was ...
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Debate Surrounds Arizona's DUI Laws

Much debate has followed the change in Arizona's DUI laws, and now that they have been enacted, the critics are speaking louder than ever. The new piece of legislation, entitled SB 1200, is being ...
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DUI Penalty Laws in Peoria May Change

The law regarding DUI penalties in Peoria could soon change, allowing anyone charged with a misdemeanor to be given the option of home detention instead of jail time. An ordinance will be drafted by ...
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Voters May Decide if DUI Offenders Get Jury Trials

It may be up to Arizona voters whether to allow drunk drivers to get jury trials. Two Arizona attorneys are on a quest to amend current state law which eliminates the right of people charged with ...
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DUI Attorney Wants to Change Arizona's Drunk Driving Laws

A DUI attorney in Phoenix is working hard to change part of the state's current DUI laws. Multiple changes will be enacted by Senate Bill 1200, which will be enacted on Dec. 31, 2011. One of the most ...
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Arizona DUI Laws

Arizona laws are tougher than many other states, making it difficult to get away from a DUI charge. Under state law you can be arrested for a DUI even if you have had just one drink, and even if you ...
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Arizona Considering New DUI Bill

While Arizona is known to have some of the toughest drunk driving laws in the country, this could change if a new bill being considered in the State Capitol goes into effect. This bill could change ...
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Arizona Supreme Court Makes Blood Test Ruling

This week, the Arizona Supreme Court made a final ruling regarding blood tests and DUI cases. The Court ruled that police must have a search warrant in order to require a blood test during a driving ...
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Arizona Supreme Court Considers DUI Blood Test Ruling

Police and sheriff's deputies may have new protocol to follow when a driver is pulled over on suspicion of DUI. The Arizona Supreme Court will consider whether law enforcement authorities must obtain ...
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