Chemical Tests

Chemical Tests – Breath, Urine and Blood Tests Chemical tests are used to determine a person’s Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) either directly (i.e. blood sample) or indirectly (i.e. urine and breath analysis). Varying state standards set guidelines to determine legal BAC levels for driving. In Arizona, a person with a BAC above .08 is considered […]

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Insurance After a DUI Arrest or Conviction

If your insurance company is notified of a DUI related civil suspension of your driving privileges or a DUI conviction they may choose to: Cancel your Policy Assign the Policy to a High Risk Carrier Increase the Policy Rates Every insurance company has different procedures regarding DUI related suspensions and convictions. It is possible your […]

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Sobriety Checkpoints

[title] What are sobriety checkpoints? [/title] At sobriety checkpoints, law enforcement officials evaluate drivers for signs of alcohol or drug impairment at certain points on the roadway. Vehicles are stopped in a specific sequence, such as every other vehicle or every fourth, fifth or sixth vehicle. The frequency at which vehicles are stopped depends on […]

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