Photo Radar Enforcement Laws in Arizona

April 21, 2014

Photo Radar Enforcement in Arizona Following Arizona law, photo enforcement systems must be clearly marked in the view of motorists. Failure to properly warn motorists can often lead to a driver being acquitted from an unjust ticket. In order for a photo radar ticket to be justified, the following laws…

Your Rights At A Sobriety Checkpoint

April 14, 2014

Arizona and Sobriety Checkpoint Rights In more than 38 states, sobriety checkpoints have become a part of DUI enforcement as allowed by law. Sobriety checkpoints are locations where law enforcement officers are stationed to check drivers passing through the checkpoint for signs of intoxication or impairment. In Arizona, a sobriety…

What Driving Symptoms Do DUI Cops Look For?

April 7, 2014

Driving Symptoms and the Cops If someone is pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence, there are the obvious symptoms that an officer will look for or notice right away if they suspect that you are intoxicated. These symptoms include slurred speech, confusion, bloodshot eyes and the obvious…

Vehicular Homicide in Arizona

April 1, 2014

Arizona and Vehicular Homicide Many states have specific laws for homicides involving a vehicle, and there is usually a separate set of regulations and penalties for vehicular homicide. Vehicular manslaughter is defined as a crime that causes the death of a human being due to illegal driving of an automobile,…