No. If you were not involved in the incident as the driver or the person who committed the offense you will not face any consequences on your license. It is common to drive other people's vehicles (family members, etc) and just because someone else gets in trouble using your vehicle it...Read more »
Yes, you can. There are other circumstances that might allow you to get out of a DUI such as where you are driving the ATV. You should consider speaking with a lawyer if this happened to you. My office handles these and we offer free consultations. Feel free to contact us.
Yes/Maybe - but you should speak with a lawyer as soon as possible to ensure that happens. After you have been cited, you must challenge the MVD's admin per se within a certain amount of time, at which point you will be able to extend/prolong/dismiss the suspension. f not dismissed, you will...Read more »
Yes, pursuant to A.R.S. 28-1381(I)(6) requires the court to report the conviction to MVD and the department will send you a letter requiring you to install the ignition interlock for 12 months pursuant to A.R.S. 28-3319 and show them proof of it. You will also be required to take an -hour traffic...Read more »
The drunk driver was dismissed of all chargers. I am looking for a lawyer who can pursue a civil law suit and look into if there was any leniency towards the defendant. Victim feels as if there was not enough action taken for restitution and wants to sue the city of Yuma. Are there lawyers here in... Read more »
First you need to search for other possible insurance policies on which to make claims, but if there are no other policies available, besides the one you have exhausted, then you need to do an asset search on the liable party to see if it will be worth the return on your investment to file a...Read more »
It sounds like you are doing what you can to be compliant with the court's orders which is good, but your license reinstatement is handled separately through the MVD. You will need to contact the MVD to figure out what needs to be done to get your driving privileges reinstated.
No. You will still have to serve the jail. Unfortunately, this is a common issue. Go back to the Court and get a new confinement order with a new self-surrender date that is listed correctly. If you don't, you will get a summons for an Order to Show cause or Petition to Revoke Probation....Read more »
Yes. Often times an officer will pull someone over for a traffic violation etc. and upon contact, determine the person may have been drinking. At that point, a DUI investigation may ensue. If the officer determines there is probable cause for the DUI, the person will likely be arrested.
Driver is 19 years of age and had 3 previous speeding violations before he hit my sister and left her on the side of the road for dead. All violations were reduced to 15-20 miles over speed limit via on-line public court website. I'm interested in obtaining original copies of the tickets... Read more »
You can make a public records request. If a crash report was drafted, it is usually available to the public upon request upon paying a small fee. Some jurisdictions allow you to get the crash report online if you know information related to the accident such as the incident number. You can...Read more »
What likely happened is this was a refile. The DUI first time around was probably dismissed pending blood results. Then once the blood results came back positive for drugs or alcohol above .08, the State refiled the DUI charges. A summons and complaint was likely mailed to his last known...Read more »
This is a place to ask questions of a general nature. Your questions need to be asked of specific Arizona lawyers. Individual attorneys and law firms determine what kinds of cases they take and their fees. Look for Arizona DUI attorneys in the "Find a Lawyer" section of this site. Good luck!
If you have an interlock restriction on your license that means ANY vehicle you drive must have an ignition interlock equipped. Driving without an interlock is a class 1 misdemeanor punishable by up to 6 months jail, $2500 fine, and 3 years probation. That's the absolute maximum....Read more »
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