May is National Bike Month, and with it comes a great need for bicycle safety awareness – both for bicyclists themselves and for motor vehicle operators. Bicyclists are at greater risk for accidents and injury simply because of their size relative to the size of vehicles frequently on the road with them. In fact, motorcyclists […]
May 12, 2015
December 20, 2013
There have been quite a few stories in the news as of late describing DUI cases where the judge has had to dismiss evidence from field sobriety, urine, blood, and breathalyzer tests due to their unreliability. Here are some of the myths surrounding the common methods of measuring sobriety, and why it is better to […]
January 5, 2011
In case you are stopped, keep in mind that field sobriety tests are voluntary, and it is within your legal right, not to mention in your best interest, to politely refuse.
December 29, 2010
Here are a few ways you can prepare in case you are stopped at an Arizona DUI checkpoint.