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Category Archives: 200 DUI / Vehicular Crime Victories

(Glendale Municipal Court No. TR2007-000221CR): Mr. A. was stopped for traveling 63 in a 45 mph zone. He subsequently was arrested and transported to the station where he provided a breath test above the legal limit. Due to the fact that Mr. A. refused to answer any questions, combined with the issues regarding the breath test, we were able to get the Extreme DUI dismissed in exchange for a first offense DUI with 3 days in jail instead of 30.

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EXTREME DUI (.187 BAC) REDUCED to REGULAR DUI with 4 DAYS JAIL – State v. Mr. N. (DMC No. 5694) (Cave Creek City Court TR2005-0802): Mr. N. and his passenger had been at Harold’s bar in Cave Creek, when they were attempting to leave the parking lot. Another motorist called police, and while the police were on their way, they saw Mr. N. allegedly drive into the intersection without coming to a full stop. He was subsequently arrested and taken to the station and provided a .187 BAC breath test. He then requested to call our office to speak with us. Due to various issues with the original stop, we were able to convince the Prosecutor to reduce the case from an extreme DUI to a regular DUI with only 4 days in jail.

SUPER EXTREME DUI (.369 BAC) REDUCED to 5 days in jail – State v. Mr. C. (DMC No. 10393) (Phoenix City Court 4405744): Mr. C. was pulled over for weaving and allegedly smelled strongly of alcohol.  He could not do field sobriety tests due to disability from the Army in which he sustained injuries.  He subsequently produced a blood reading of .369.  Due to the fact that is such a high reading would most likely result death, and given the fact that he was a veteran with numerous physical inquires, we were able to negotiate a plea down from SUPER EXTREME DUI (in which he faced a minimum of 45 days in jail) down to a regular DUI with 5 days in jail.

(Scottsdale Municipal Court No. TR2006-033887CR): Ms. N. was stopped during a holiday DUI Task Force for making a wide right turn. She subsequently was arrested and provided a blood sample of .173. We were able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the Extreme DUI and provide an offer to a regular DUI which involved 5 days in jail instead of 30.

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REDUCED | EXTREME DUI (.168 BAC) (Scottsdale Municipal Court No. 2006029430CR): Mr. F. was involved in a traffic collision in which his tires blew. He was subsequently arrested for DUI at the hospital and provided a blood test of .168. we brought issues to the prosecutor’s attention that there was a possible Miranda violation at the hospital, and the officer had mentioned in his report that he thought perhaps the passenger was driving the car rather than Mr. F. We subsequently received an offer in which the Extreme DUI was dismissed, and Mr. F. plead to a regular DUI which included 5 days in jail instead of 30 days in jail.

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REDUCED | EXTREME DUI (.169 BAC) (Peoria Municipal Court No. TR2006010618CR): Mr. H. was caught on radar traveling 54 mph along 107th Ave. After he was stopped an odor of alcohol was detected, and he was arrested and provided a blood sample which revealed a BAC of .169. We were able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the Extreme DUI and offer a regular DUI which involved 6 days in jail instead of 30.

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2nd OFFENSE SUPER EXTREME DUI (.236 BAC) REDUCED to REGULAR DUI with 7 DAYS in JAIL – State v. Ms. F. (DMC No. 11017) (Apache Junction City Court TR2012-01603): Ms. F. was found passed out behind the wheel at the corner of Ocotillo Drive and Apache Trail in Apache Junction Arizona.  She was subsequently arrested for DUI and provided a blood sample which revealed a .236 BAC.  During the time of her arrest, she made a request to call her attorney (our office) and she reached our answering service.  Five minutes later, one of the attorneys at our Firm called back and was not allowed to speak with Ms. F.  Our attorney called back several more times, and eventually he was able to relay a message to Ms. F.  Due to the fact that Ms. F. had a previous Super Extreme DUI conviction, she was facing a minimum of 6 months in jail.  Because of the various issues regarding interference to Right of Counsel, we secured an offer to a 1st Offense Regular DUI which included only 7 days of actual jail time.

REDUCED | EXTREME DUI (.191 BAC) (Scottsdale Municipal Court No. TR2007001528CR): Ms. W. was observed on New Year’s morning traveling 58 mph in a 45 mph zone. She was subsequently stopped and told officers she had just woken up and was on her way to pick up her 15 year old daughter. When she was arrested she asked to call a lawyer prior to her blood draw. The blood result came back at .191. we filed a Motion based on Denial of Right to Counsel, and before the Evidentiary Hearing the prosecutor dismissed the Extreme DUI and offered a plea to a first offense DUI which included 7 days in jail instead of 30.

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SUPER EXTREME DUI (.230 BAC) REDUCED to REGULAR DUI with 9 DAYS in JAIL due to DENIAL of INDEPENDENT SAMPLE ISSUE – State v. Ms. L. (DMC No. 10586) (Maryvale Justice Court TR2011-146781): Ms. L. was involved in a traffic accident and then was taken to the hospital. Officer’s detected an odor of alcohol, and requested a sample of her blood from the hospital. They did not collect a second sample, which could be independently tested by Ms. L. and her attorney’s. We filed a Motion on her behalf and the State conceded that they may lose the chemical test results. They allowed her to plea to a regular DUI, with only 9 days in jail, instead of the Super Extreme DUI, which would have mandated 45 days in jail.

SUPER EXTREME DUI (.309 BAC) REDUCED to REGULAR DUI with 10 DAYS in JAIL – State v. Mr. R. (DMC No. 10017) (Prescott Valley Magistrate Court TR2010-2199): Mr. R. was alleged to have been driving north bound on Robert Road near Loos Drive in Prescott Valley, Arizona when he struck a curb.  Officer’s pulled him over and claimed that Mr. R. smelled of alcohol and was slurring his speech.  He was ultimately arrested and taken to the station and provided a breath test of a .309 BAC.  Officer’s told him that if he did not provide a breath test “he was going to go to jail”.  Because of that statement, we were able to convince the Prosecutor that this was a “Coerced” breath test.  They agreed to reduce the Super Extreme DUI which carried 45 days in jail down to a regular DUI with only 10 days in jail.

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