Tag : aggravated dui

Blood Test Was Voluntary Under Arizona Implied Consent Law

DUI

Driver’s consent to blood testing upon DUI arrest was voluntary. Police advised driver of Arizona implied consent law. Looking at the totality of the circumstances, the driver’s consent was neither coerced nor given under duress. The trial court did not err in denying defendant’s motion to suppress the blood test results. Affirmed. Arizona v. Alfonso […]

Arizona DUI Law Just Got Tougher, Wrong Way DUI

DUI

Arizona’s reckless and aggressive driving law and DUI law just got tougher for anyone driving the wrong way on a controlled access highway (to learn more about this new legislation, contact a DUI criminal defense attorney with Stewart Law Group). Governor Doug Ducey signed HB 2243 into law on March 27, 2018, making it a […]

Unlawfully Obtained DUI Blood Sample Admissible as Evidence When Police Acted in Good Faith

Criminal Defense, DUI

Defendant appealed her aggravated DUI convictions arguing the trial court erred in not suppressing blood-alcohol test results because police obtained the blood sample without valid consent or warrant. Affirmed. Although the blood sample was unlawfully obtained, the BAC test evidence was admissible proof of guilt under the good-faith exception to the exclusionary rule of evidence. […]

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