8 TYPES OF TEMPE AZ DUI DEFENSES

By: James Novak, Tempe DUI & Criminal Defense Attorney
If you have been charged or arrested for any type of DUI in Tempe Arizona, there are many defenses and compelling arguments that an experienced Tempe DUI attorney can use to fight your DUI charges, depending on the facts of your DUI case. The specific defense may allow for a motion to dismiss or a motion to suppress certain evidence. Also, a presentation to the prosecutor may allow for a negotiated dismissal or reduction of the charges. The list below includes some categories to consider for your defense strategies, while in each category are numerous defenses which can be used to build and mount an effective defense on your behalf. The categories include but are not limited to the following:
1) INDEPENDENT STOPS AND ARRESTS
2) FIELD DUI SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT – ROADBLOCKS STOPS
3) POLICE OBSERVATIONS OF THE ACCUSED
4) FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS
5) BREATH, BLOOD AND URINE TESTS
6) SUFFICIENCY OF EVIDENCE DEFENSES
7) CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
8) TRIAL DEFENSES
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This article is intended to provide general information only, to generate discussion, and increase awareness of a particular topic. It is not intended as specific legal advice. You should not rely upon this information alone, but should consult legal counsel regarding the application of the laws and regulations discussed and as applied to your specific case or circumstances.

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