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Arizona DUI Arrest Statistics

In looking back over the last six years of DUI arrest statistics released by the Arizona Governor’s Office on Highway Safety (AGOHS), we see an alarming trend in DUI arrests with Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) at the “Extreme” levels, which is 0.15 percent or higher. In 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 the average Blood Alcohol Content has been over 0.152 percent. Initial reports released for the first quarter of 2014 are showing relentlessness in this trend. Drinking in excess of the extreme impaired driving laws has evidently become the norm, rather than the exception.

The legal limit for driving under the influence of alcohol in Arizona is 0.08 percent. However, a motorist may still be arrested if they are driving under the influence with a BAC lower than 0.08 percent if they are found to be driving or in actual physical control of a vehicle while “impaired to the slightest degree”.Extreme DUI BAC in Arizona is .015 percent; and Super Extreme BAC is .020 percent or greater.

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An individual has rights afforded to them by the U.S. Constitution; the Arizona State Constitution; Arizona Laws; and Procedural, Protocol and Criminal Court rights, and basic Civil Human Rights.

Your Rights at a DUI Stop in Chandler, AZ

  • You have the right not to be  pulled over for a traffic stop unless police have reasonable suspension that a violation of the law has occurred or is in progress;
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“10 things to do after a Chandler DUI arrest that will help you recover from the DUI arrest, and even increase your chances of getting a DUI dismissal”.

DUI Arrest Chandler AZ

If you were arrested for DUI in Chandler AZ, and face active charges, you should consult a criminal defense attorney who defends DUI charges in Chandler as soon as possible. You will need a strong DUI attorney who will protect your rights through the DUI case stages. The Arizona penalties for DUI conviction are harsh and currently include mandatory jail time, even for non-extreme, first time offenders. The stakes are too high to go without good legal representation. There are also things you can do to take control of your life, and to prepare for the challenges ahead that surround the DUI charges.