Arizona DUI Checkpoints.
DUI checkpoints are legal in the state of Arizona. Although police officers can only stop motorists on the road with probable cause, they can set up DUI checkpoints to determine if drivers are operating impaired. If you are stopped in a DUI checkpoint, you should be aware of your rights. Typically, a police officer will approach your vehicle and start asking you questions. They might ask you for your driver’s license and registration. It is important to know that you don’t need to engage in conversation with police officers. You only need to provide them with the necessary information, since what you say could be used as evidence of intoxication.
If a police officer suspects that you are driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they will likely ask you to take a field sobriety test. These tests are known to be subjective and not always accurate. Although a police officer can’t force you to take the test, refusing can still result in an arrest and license suspension. This is because Arizona motorists implicitly consent to a chemical test when obtaining a driver’s license.
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If you face DUI charges after going through a DUI checkpoint, you need an experienced defense attorney. An attorney can analyze your chemical tests to determine if any mistakes were made. Our Phoenix DUI defense lawyers have years of experience helping those facing DUI charges get their charges reduced or even dismissed. Our team of DUI defense attorneys has the skills, resources, and experience needed to help you get the best possible results for your case.