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Mark N Weingart

Tempe DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. My son (21 yesterday) got a DUI in AZ back in like July.. He carries a WA drivers license... AZ gave him is punishment...

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Cindy Castillo
    2. Mark N Weingart
    2 lawyer answers

    I would agree with Ms. Castillo. We have had these situations in the past where the licensing state supends for a DUI in another state. Most probably your son will have to serve out the Washington suspension and then get an interlock to unsuspend in Az, as Az will suspend until the interlck device is installed. At that point he can reinstate in Washington, or get licensed in Az.

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  2. I had a case that now reads a compl dismissed by court. What does that mean?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Julio Laboy
    2. Howard A Snader
    3. Mark N Weingart
    3 lawyer answers

    As Mr. Snader told you, in Az, there is no "expungment". Once you file and receive the application to vacate judgment and order, you can show it to prospective employers to indicate that you have been relieved from the stigma of guilt.

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  3. Arizona reports non to a DWI conviction. It is stopping me from moving to New Mexico even though it has cleared.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Aaron Michael Black
    2. David E Ledyard
    3. Mark N Weingart
    3 lawyer answers

    In addition to any issues with Arizona MVD, Mew Mexico may have a rule prohibiting you from getting a license because of the az DUI. Also check Mew Mexico DMV for why they denied you.

  4. Arizona DUI - Officer altered printed citation

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Julio Laboy
    2. Mark N Weingart
    3. Karyn T. Missimer
    3 lawyer answers

    I am an Arizona DUI lawyer. The Statute you refer to is what is called "procedural". That just means that in order for the case to properly get started, the cop must file the ticket and copies with the right court. This may however, demonstrate that the cop is proned to mistakes. If it is a breath case, then the same cop that stopped you gave you the test. There is protocal that he must follow to render it admissible. Also, if it is a breath test, it is very fightable. There was no bad driving...