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In 2012, Tempe Police made 2,479 arrests or issued citations for illegal consumption by minors. The legal drinking age in Arizona is 21.

Students make a large portion of the Tempe population. Spring semester brings with it graduations, celebrations, prom, sporting events and other festivities. The ASU and Tempe Police brace themselves and prepare diligently to arrest offenders for violations of curfew, fake IDs, minor consumption, disorderly conduct, and other crimes that often surround festivities.

But other charges such as DUI, Underage 21 DUI, assault, and aggravated assault charges also surround parties, and other spring-time festivities. These are more serious crimes, and severe penalties, including jail or even prison terms, large fines, fees, probation, loss of driver’s license, and more, especially when they are classified as felonies.

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Tempe Police are warning students returning to ASU to be cognizant of drunk drivers; thefts; and assaults. DUI, drug charges, and thefts, pose the largest threat to victims, and the most criminal arrests to those who are new to the school or unfamiliar with their surroundings and Arizona Laws. Here are a few safety tips that police and criminal defense attorneys want students or those new to the valley to know:

  • DUI safety checkpoints will be planned for Tempe AZ;
  • Driving while “impaired to the slightest degree” due to alcohol or drugs will result in arrest;
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