The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that all cases currently assigned to a Yavapai County Superior Court judge recently arrested on suspicion of extreme DUI will be reassigned to other judges.
Arizona lawmakers are seeking to better understand drug-related DUI cases for future legislation that appropriately addresses marijuana and other drugs. The Legislature created the Driving Under the Influence Data Collection Study Committee, which met twice, once in October and once earlier this week.
Allister Adel, has been extremely tough on DUI offenses. It is well known. She has used her position to punish those that had the same issues that she has dealt with. Could this be because she hated the fact that alcohol was also her demon? I believe so. She has had opportunities to “sensibly” and […]
Authorities say the executive director of the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools is facing felony DUI charges.
Arizona Rep. David Cook will spend 24 hours in jail after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of drunken driving.
Rep. David Cook, R-Globe, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of extreme drunken driving.
Despite dire warnings by opponents of Proposition 205, marijuana users could still be prosecuted for driving under the influence if voters legalize recreational marijuana use in November.
The Republic this morning (Aug. 28) wrote more than 2,600 words in a front-page story about lobbyist Kevin DeMenna’s October 2014 DUI arrest and subsequent plea deal and sentencing. Though investigative reporter Robert Anglen never accused him of seeking and receiving special treatment, it was heavily implied throughout the story.
A new report Tuesday by the financial advice web site WalletHub says Arizona is the strictest state in the nation when it comes to cracking down on people driving under the influence of alcohol.
An Arizona Department of Public Safety officer reported finding more liquor than coffee in Rep. Albert Hale’s car when he arrested the Arizona Democrat in November. Prosecutors are awaiting the results of a blood test to determine if Hale, D-St. Michaels, will be formally charged with driving under the influence, but new details of his […]
It could be months before a decision is made on whether formal charges are filed against an Arizona lawmaker suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol.
State Rep. Albert Hale was arrested Sunday on one count of driving under the influence. Navajo County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Jim Molesa confirmed that Hale, D-St. Michaels, was arrested by the state Department of Public Safety on Sunday. Authorities said Hale was picked up on State Route 277 near Heber.