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Ignititon Interlock Device

I Have An Ignition Interlock Device | Now What?

All DUI convictions in Arizona require an ignition interlock device. Practically speaking, this means that a person will be forced to “blow” into the device to show there is no alcohol in his or her  system every time he or she starts a car, and approximately every 15 to 30 minutes while the vehicle is operating. There are also several Arizona statutes relating to the interlock device once it has been installed in a vehicle.  Failure to comply with these laws can result in either: (1) an extended interlock period; and/or (2) a driver’s license suspension.  Below is a summary of

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Arizona DUI Penalties

First Offense DUI Penalities | How They Have Changed

Updated August 30, 2020 In 2007 the Arizona legislature changed the penalties for first time Arizona DUI convictions.  Since that time there are have even more material changes.  Let’s take a look at them Back in 2007 On September 19, 2007, Arizona changed the penalties for a first time DUI conviction.  Under the change, the penalties vary based on the blood alcohol level of the person.  Here are some of the changes the legislature has made for a person convicted of

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