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REDUCED | EXTREME DUI (.165) (Phoenix Municipal Court No. 13608365CR): Mr. L. A. was pulled over by Phoenix Police for allegedly weaving all over the road. After he was stopped and arrested he was taken to the station where he requested to call an attorney. He was provided with no private phone call, and therefore, we filed a motion based on denial of right to counsel. In addition, there was a possible “coerced” breath test issue. Even though Mr. L. was a .165 BAC, we were able to get the Extreme DUI dismissed in exchange for a regular DUI plea which included 1 day in jail instead of 30.

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REDUCED | EXTREME DUI (.164 BAC) State. vs. Ms. P. (DMC No. 9875) (Maricopa City Court No. CR2010-415): Ms. P. had pulled out of a parking lot in her van across a roadway when the officer states that she cut off another vehicle.  He subsequently pulled her over and asked her to do field sobriety test.  Because the area was too rocky and unsafe, she stated she would rather not take tests and wanted to call her lawyer.  Ultimately, blood was drawn which revealed a .164 blood alcohol concentration.  Because of the questionable stop and lack of field sobriety test, we were able to convince the prosecutor to offer a regular DUI with 1 day in jail versus the standard minimum of extreme dui with 30 days in jail.

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REDUCED | EXTREME DUI (.164 BAC) State. vs. Mr. T. (DMC No. 9864) ( Tempe City Court No. 10-070826): Mr. T. was seen driving on University Drive in Tempe.  The officer claimed that he was repeatedly weaving back and forth in the center lane.  The officer then claimed Mr. T. drove 5 blocks before he pulled over.  He eventually provided a .164 breath alcohol reading.  We discussed with the prosecutor that the stop was somewhat questionable as it did not appear that Mr. T. ever left his lane markers.  Before we filed a motion based on No Reasonable Suspicion to Stop, the prosecutor extended an offer to a first offense DUI with 1 day in jail and dismissed the Extreme DUI which would have required 30 days in jail.

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EXTREME DUI (.160 BAC) REDUCED to a REGULAR DUI with 1 DAY in JAIL – State v. Mr. B. (DMC No. 6355) (Arcadia Biltmore Justice Court TR06-50004CR): Mr. B. was seen travelling 58 mph in a 40 mph zone. He was subsequently pulled over for the speeding and not having a license plate displayed. Eventually he was arrested for DUI and produced a .160 BAC. Due to questionable issues regarding the stop, we were able to have the case reduced to Regular DUI with 1 day in jail. Originally, Mr. B. was facing 10 days in jail as a minimum Extreme DUI penalty.

(Chandler Municipal Court No. 2007-C-2909512CR): Mr. J. was stopped for traveling on Warner Road with only his parking lights illuminated at night. Upon contact, the officer performed Field Sobriety Tests and arrested Mr. J. He subsequently provided blood, which revealed a .159 BAC. We were able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the Extreme DUI and offer only a regular DUI which involved 1 day in jail instead of 30.

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DISMISSED | EXTREME DUI (.158 BAC) State. vs. Mr. P. (DMC No. 9888) (Litchfield City Court No. TR10-400CR): Mr. P. was stopped for travelling 64 m.p.h. in a 45 m.p.h. on radar.  The officer also claimed he was weaving within his lane.  He was eventually stopped and he told the officer he had a neck and spine injury from a previous car accident.  He eventually gave a breath test which revealed a .158 breath alcohol content.  Due to the questionable field sobriety test based on his neck injury, we were able to reduce the Extreme DUI from 30 days in jail to a Regular DUI with 1 day in jail.

REDUCED | EXTREME DUI – State v. Mr. S. (DMC No. 7306) (University Lakes Justice Court No. TR2007-124818): Mr. S was pulled over making a wide turn from University to Rural Road in Tempe. Because this was during the East Valley DUI Task Force, he was subsequently arrested for DUI and transferred to the Gilbert Command Center. He initially refused to take a breath test, and a warrant was obtained and his blood was drawn. His blood result revealed a .157 and he was cited for Extreme DUI. Due to the issues with the blood test which could allow us to show it was below the Extreme DUI limit, we received an offer to a regular DUI and 1 day in jail instead of a potential 30.

REDUCED | EXTREME DUI (.156 BAC) State vs. Mr. H. (DMC No. 9823) (Phoenix City Court No. 4272304): Mr. H. was stopped by Phoenix PD after they used a radar gun and clocked him doing 49 in a 35.  They then paced him with their vehicle travelling 64 m.p.h.  Once he was stopped, they claimed that they he performed poorly on field sobriety test and he provided a blood test which would reveal the .156 blood alcohol concentration.  Due to issues with the radar gun and with the blood testing device, we convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the extreme DUI, which would have required 30 days in jail, and instead offer a plea to a regular DUI with 1 day in jail.

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EXTREME DWI (.154 BAC) REDUCED to REGULAR DUI with 1 DAY in JAIL– State v. Mr. R (DMC No. 9645) (Parker Justice Court CR2010-0197): Mr. R was seen traveling 56mph in a 20mph zone near Riverside Drive and Resort Road in Parker, Arizona. After he was stopped, the Gang Task Force Officer who stopped him called in a DUI Officer to process Mr. R for DUI. Mr. R was an educated business man who had no ties to gang activity, and his stop by the Police was very suspicious. Although he was tested for alcohol, which revealed a .154 BAC, we were able to have the State agree to Reduce the charge to a Regular DUI with only 1 day in jail. Originally Mr. R was facing an Extreme DUI with 30 days in Jail.

(University Lakes Justice Court No. TR-2006168309CR): Mr. S. was seen traveling on the U.S. 60 with a license plate did not have the “month” tab on the registration. It was later determined that the registration was expired and Mr. S. was pulled over. After he was arrested, he provided a .152 breath test. We convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the Extreme DUI and offer Mr. S. a regular DUI with 1 day in jail instead of 30.

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