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(Tempe City Court- No.: 01-508523-1CR): Tempe City Officer was dispatched to a report of a Jeep lying upside down on a roadway. When he arrived, there were two individuals seated in front of the vehicle. Mr. M. admitted to driving and asked to call his lawyer in Flagstaff. Because of issues regarding potential denial of right to counsel, and issues regarding the officer submitting to a defense interview, the case was plead down to a reckless even though there was an accident and Mr. M.’s blood BAC was a .225 qualifying him for an Extreme DUI.

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SUPER EXTREME DUI (.215 BAC) REDUCED to reckless driving with zero days in jail – State v. Mr. R. (DMC No. 10086) (Cochise County Justice Court TR0754): Mr. R. was seen parked in a parking lot with his lights on for at least an hour before an officer pulled up to make contact.  The car was parked properly in a parking spot, with the music on and the engine running in order to run the heater.  A breath test of .215 BAC was ultimately obtained.  Due to defenses based on “no actual physical control”(APC), we were able to secure an offer from SUPER EXTREME DUI (with a minimum of 45 days in jail) all the way down to a simple reckless driving with no days in jail.

REDUCED | EXTREME DUI REDUCED to Misdemeanor Endangerment – State v. Mr. D. (DMC No. 7226) (Glendale City Court No. TR2007-000596): Police received a call of impaired persons inside a car at a gas station. When police arrived, they saw the vehicle exiting the parking lot and they stopped Mr. D. He was subsequently given a breath test which revealed a .212 Breath Alcohol Concentration. Even though Mr. D had a prior Reckless Driving within the previous 2 years, due to the fact that the stop was questionable and the potential Denial of Right to Counsel issue, we had the case reduced to a non-DUI charge of Misdemeanor Endangerment.

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SUPER EXTREME DUI (.207 BAC) REDUCED to reckless driving with zero days in jail– State v. Mr. C. (DMC No. 10391) (University Lakes Justice Court TR2011-146839): Mr. C. was stopped at Apache & McAllister Road in Tempe for not having his headlights on.  Subsequent to a DUI investigation he provided a blood sample with a .207 BAC.  While at the station, he asked to call our law firm and the officer denied him that right until he provided a blood test.  After a warrant was obtained for Mr. C.’s blood he was never given a phone in order to contact us.  Due to the fact we filed a Motion to Dismiss based on denial of right to counsel, the State offered a reckless driving charge with zero days in jail.

REDUCED | DUI – State v. Mr. K. (DMC No. 7239) (Tempe City Court No. 06-950941) REDUCED to Reckless Driving on the Day of Trial -: Mr. K was pulled over for allegedly not having his headlights on. Subsequently, he was given a Preliminary Breath Test which revealed a .217 Breath Alcohol Content. However, he had clear speech and no trouble on the majority of Field Sobriety Tests. Once at the station he provided a Breath Test on a machine that revealed a .125. That device was shown to have multiple calibration issues, and on the day of trial the Tempe City Prosecutor extended an offer of Reckless prior to picking a jury.

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REDUCED | SUPER EXTREME DUI (.262 BAC) State. Vs. Ms. A. (DMC No. 9855) (Phoenix City Court No. 14005842): Ms. A. was stopped on state route 51 and Greenway Road due to an anonymous 911 call.  Ms. A. had Chrohn’s disease and respiratory problems.  The 911 caller wished to remain anonymous and claimed that he was almost struck by Ms. A.  Although Ms. A. eventually provided a .262 breath alcohol content, we were able to convince the state they would have problems proving actual reckless driving and that their breath test was suspect due to Ms. A.’s illness.  They eventually offered a plea to a first offense DUI with one day in jail instead of a Super Extreme DUI with a minimum of 45 days in jail.

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SUPER EXTREME DUI (.236 BAC) REDUCED to REGULAR DUI with 1 DAY JAIL – State v. Mr. S. (DMC No. 5741) (White Tank Justice Court TR04-54197CR): Mr. S. was stopped due to a 911 call reporting a reckless driver. When police contacted him inside a McDonald’s parking lot, he was urinating next to his car. He was subsequently arrested, and provided a blood test which produced a .236 BAC. While at the station he asked to call his lawyer, but he was told there was no phone or phonebook, and that if he had a number then they would provide him a phone. Due to the potential “denial of right to counsel” issue the Prosecutor offered a regular DUI with 1 day in jail. Mr. S. was originally facing 45 days in jail.

SUPER EXTREME DUI (.235 BAC) REDUCED to 1 day jail – State v. Mr. F. (DMC No. 4848) (McDowell Mountain Justice Court TR04-01851CR): Mr. F. was stopped at the loop 101 & Hayden Road for an alleged traffic violation.  He was subsequently stopped and provided a blood sample of .235.  Due to the fact that the officer may have violated Mr. F.’s right to counsel request, and did not provide him an ability to obtain an independent blood test, we were able to have the case reduced from a SUPER EXTREME DUI (with a potential of 45 day in jail) all the way down to regular DUI with 1 day in jail.

SUPER EXTREME DUI (.233 BAC) REDUCED to REGULAR DUI with 1 DAY JAIL – State v. Mr. R. (DMC No. 5384) (Payson Justice Court 2005TR1065): Mr. R. was travelling the wrong way on State Route 87 when he was pulled over by police. He was subsequently arrested for super extreme DUI and produced a .233 BAC. While at the station he asked to call a lawyer four different times and was not allowed to do so. Due to the potential “denial of right to counsel” issue, the State offered a regular DUI with only 1 day in jail. Mr. R. was originally facing 45 days in jail.

REDUCED | SUPER EXTREME DUI REDUCED to REGULAR DUI- State v. Mr. A. – (Scottsdale Court- No.:TR-2011-020850): Mr. A. was originally offered a Regular Extreme DUI. Mr. A performed poorly on field sobriety test and was arrested, and subsequently submitted to a blood test which resulted in a .208 BAC. After filing a Motion to Preclude arresting Officer for failure to submit to a pretrial interview, the State agreed to offer a plea to a non-extreme DUI, one day with 29 days of home detention.

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