State, local and federal law enforcement officials are again banding together for a common purpose: to rid the state of impaired driving between now and the end of the year. It's the annual Arizona DUI enforcement campaign launch. Yesterday these officials gathered at the state Capitol to … [Read more...] about Arizona’s Big DUI Enforcement Push Has Begun
Some good news for the Grand Canyon State: Arizona DUI arrests, as a percentage of traffic stops, were down over the Fourth of July weekend. So apparently Arizonans, if they’re still drinking, are doing it outside of the driver’s seat. There’s no mistaking the stats from Arizona Governor’s … [Read more...] about Arizona DUI Arrests Are Seriously Down.
This article contribution comes to us from Fay Niselbaum, content specialist at The Law Office of Zev Goldstein. When it comes to driving, you want to know what you have to look out for. Are police offers more likely to target certain genders? What about people of particular races? Understanding … [Read more...] about At a Traffic Stop, Does Race and Gender Matter?
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. All wonderful things, and all guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. They are such important rights, with such a vast scope, that we sometimes think that everything we do falls under them. Not driving. Driving is a privilege, not a right. We hear this … [Read more...] about Once Again: Driving is a Privilege, Not a Right
You did the wrong thing – you had a few drinks, and then decided to drive home despite being too drunk to do so safely. And now a police officer has stopped you for DUI. “What seems to be the problem, officer?” You say it slowly and deliberately, with a smile. You make sure your eyes are wide … [Read more...] about Think They Need a Breathalyzer? How Cops Tell You’re DUI.