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Police Can No Longer Tell You DUI Tests Are Required

A ruling from the Arizona Supreme Court says that police officers who tell drunken driving suspects that they’re required to submit to alcohol testing are actually violating the drivers’ Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable warrant-less searches. Because drunken-driving suspects actually do have the right to refuse to testing, the Court’s ruling says that law officers…

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Arizona DUI Penalties: Some of the Nation’s Toughest

In Arizona, it is unlawful for the person in control of a vehicle to be under the influence of any intoxicating liquor or drugs. When you apply for a driver’s license in Arizona it is considered a privilege, not a right. By choosing to apply, you give consent for law enforcement officers to test your…

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