When a driver in Arizona is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI), that driver is provided with an Administrative Per Se Implied Consent Affidavit. Also know as the “Admin Per Se Form”, this Affidavit is a combination of Arizona DUI laws pertaining to ARS 28-1321 and ARS 28-1385 of the Arizona Revised Statutes.
The Admin Per Se Implied Consent Affidavit is a restatement of laws applying to arrest and suspicion of DUI, particularly that the person must consent to a breath, blood or urine test at the officer’s discretion. Drivers are first exposed to these laws when they obtain their driver’s license. Without individual signed consent at the time of licensure, a driver is not permitted a license.
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Just as the Miranda Rights are always required to be read as an indication of individual rights and procedure during arrest, the Admin Per Se Implied Consent Affidavit is read to the arrested party, suspected of DUI, to remind them that they have already – by nature of having an Arizona driver’s license – provided consent for chemical testing when suspected of a DUI. (more…)