One prior was in 2001 the DUI was in 2004 and other prior 2012
Agg DUI's are forever allegeables (which is insane). The problem is that your question leaves out necessary information in order to answer it. The dates and category of each DUI is important. You should contact a knowledgeable atty to discuss your options.See question
I was pulled over last night after making an illegal turn in Arizona after getting off of work to use the restroom at a nearby 7-eleven given my home is over 30 minutes away. I underwent numerous test by the deputy to test for a DUI/DWI. I admitte...
They are going to send your blood to DPS for testing. If it comes back positive for THC, then they will file DUI charges and mail them to you. You should use this time to meet with and discuss your case and options with competant DUI lawyers. Don't be dismayed, you have lots of options.See question
I got my first offense misdemeanor DUI in 2012 (BAC 0.09). Second offense in 2016 with BAC (0.15).
Your second DUI in a 7 year window should still be a misdemeanor. It would only be a felony if there were kids in the car, your license was still suspended, you needed an interlock in the car and didn't have one, or if there were injuries resulting from the 2016 DUI. The real problem is that the mandatory minimum sentencing for a second offense goes up by a lot.See question
Got a reckless endangerment in 2005 dui in alaska in 2006 and Washington in 2014 so 8 years apart Washington treated it as a first offense
Unfortunately not. AZ has a lifetime ban on CDL licenses for 2 DUI's, even if both of them are designated as firsts.See question
I was charged with the disorderly conduct, threatening/intimidating, endangerment and criminal damage after going to my neighbors house with a bat and chasing him into the house then banging on the door with my bat after I found my bike was stolen...
The short answer is probably However, technically the State is the Plaintiff, not your neighbors. The Prosecutors are often swayed by the positions of the victims in crimes like this, but its not a an open and shut matter. My suggestion would be to hire a criminal attorney who can help you navigate this case.See question
I got a letter in the mail for a summons to court. For charges that I never committed, not did I ever go to jail or ever even come in contact with police. It says I got "criminal trespassing in the first degree, a class 6 felony domestic violence"...
Unfortunately you need representation. These are serious felony charges and the system has a way of chewing people up sometimes. Lawyers can advocate your position and in circumstances like yours, find the proof you need of your innocence.See question
I was pulled over accused of DUI in my commercial vehicle did all sobriety check determined I wasn't drinking but still wanted to take me in for blood to test for narcotics which I volunteer for. At the time I'm not charged with any felonies or c...
One important piece of information that wasn't included was where the stop took place. I can speculate about how the next few months will look if we had access to that information. I would suggest calling an experienced DUI lawyer just to see if there should be any concerns. They are usually free and in my office can take as little thirty minutes.
Best of luck,
I want to know if this is accurate.
Its crazy but possession of any quantity of MJ or paraphernalia is still a felony in AZ.See question
Person was arrested for a marijuana dui, a-1 or a-3. It was dismissed without prejudice. What is the statute of limitations for a refile? Is it 1 year from the arrest or dismissal?
1 year from date of arrest-- Craig RosensteinSee question
Lets say someone comes in as was arrested for drug possession. What steps do you go through to get this persons sentence lowered or dismissed? I am very curious of the "behind the scenes". I know there are a TON of variables, but lets just assume ...
There is no secret sauce. Every single case is different. But we generally use our knowledge of the Judge, Prosecutor, and familiarity with the Courts, and most importantly the law to determine which avenues are available to us.See question