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Drinking & Driving: Fatal Risks and How To Help Stop Them

With school having recently started back up and the fall semester in full swing, it’s not unlikely that college students and perhaps even high school students will attend a party or two. It’s important for students to remember that life is made up of a collection of choices. Each individual has the complete freedom to make whatever choice he or…read more →

Drinking and Driving Laws in D.C.

If you operate a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at 0.08 or above, in any of the states, you can be charged with a drinking and driving offense. However, depending on where you live, the laws and penalties for driving under the influence of alcohol may vary. Laws are enacted to prevent tragic car accidents and personal injuries…read more →

Can You Get a DUI on Prescription Medication?

Simply because you have been prescribed medication, you do not always have the right to operate a motor vehicle while using that medication. Some prescriptions cause intoxicating effects and warn against driving or operating other heavy machinery during use. You can become drowsy and lose mental clarity when on some prescribed drugs, so it is important that you listen to…read more →

In Arizona, can I sleep in my car if I am too drunk to drive?

Regardless of whether you move your car five inches or five miles, you are driving your car. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of people in Arizona who have been arrested for drunk driving when they say they did not “drive,” and only “moved” their vehicle into a different location. Whether you moved your car into a different parking space,…read more →

DUI Defense in Tempe: Successfully Defending Your Case

If you have been cited for driving under the influence, each Tempe DUI lawyer team member at the DMCantor will work diligently to build the best possible defense for your case. A working strategy to fight your charges is developed through analysis of facts of your case and formation of an effective defense based upon those facts, such as one of the…read more →

How Much Does an Extreme DUI Cost in Arizona?

Alcohol impaired driving is a serious problem with serious consequences. Known as DUI or DWI, it means someone is operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol level, or BAC, over the legal limit of .08 percent. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC fact sheet), more than a million people are arrested for DUI every year,…read more →

Legal Doctrine of State Created Danger

Generally, if law enforcement fails to protect their citizens in any dangerous situation, they are not held liable for their actions, or lack of. However, the legal doctrine of state created danger is the only exception in such cases. According to the state-created danger legal doctrine, a law enforcement officer can be held liable for any death or injury that…read more →

What happens if I refuse to take a breathalyzer test?

When you are pulled over for suspicion of DUI in Arizona, you may first be asked to take a field sobriety test, which you can politely refuse to take. However, you are required to oblige when it is time to take a blood, breath or urine test after you are arrested for DUI. It is important to remember the difference…read more →

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