What Happens With Fines for DUI?
Have you ever wondered where fines for driving under the influence (DUI), speeding and other similar violations go? Some of them are actually used to fund or partially fund a host of state-wide programs. We’ll talk about it in this issue.
These Two Mothers Used Their Children To Get Around Ignition Interlock Device
Two mothers are in trouble with police from separate incidents in which they used the breath of their children on installed ignition interlock devices so they could start their cars. In this issue, we’ll talk about what happened in both cases.
Find Out How Juggling Cleared Student of DUI Suspicion
An Arkansas college student pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) came up with his own field sobriety test to prove his innocence. It all worked out well for him. We’ll talk about it in this issue and tell you why you should never agree to a field sobriety test if you’re…
Find Out How Az. Supreme Court Limits Police From Taking Blood Samples for DUI
The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that police officers cannot take blood samples from an unconscious person suspected of driving under the influence (DUI) without a warrant. In this issue, we’ll talk about what this means.
NFL Star Makes Huge Blunder After Being Charged With DUI
Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman David Parry apparently put on a clinic about how not to act when questioned by police. According to reports, the NFL star unleashed a torrent of homophobic slurs and profanity-laced insults towards officers when he was arrested in Scottsdale last weekend for driving under the influence (DUI). In this issue, we’ll…
Read About This Bus Driver Charged With Day After DUI
A school bus driver is in serious need of legal help after being arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) and child endangerment. While talking with police officers at the scene of the arrest, the man confessed that he had consumed about “three-quarters of a gallon of bourbon” the previous night. We’ll talk…
Learn All About Ignition Interlock Devices
An example of Arizona’s “toughest in the land” penalties for driving under the influence (DUI) includes the possible court-mandated installment of an ignition interlock device – even for your first DUI charge. In this issue, we’ll answer a host of frequently asked questions about ignition interlock devices and their effectiveness.
You’ll Never Guess Why These 18 DUI Charges Were Dropped
We’ve got another report of charges for DUI (driving under the influence) being dropped because of police officers doing bad things. In this instance, the officer in question is accused of actually stealing from people he’s arrested. In this issue, we’ll talk about how it went down.
Find Out Why Even a Golf Pro Can Face Serious Legal Trouble for DUI
While Hideki Matsuyama emerged as the winner of the 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open after a 4-hole playoff, it was Australian veteran golfer Steven David Bowditch who stole the headlines after being charged with extreme DUI (driving under the influence). In this issue, we’ll talk about what happened.