Arizona DUI: A Manual for Police, Lawyers, and Judges
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The Arizona DUI: A Manual for Police, Lawyers, and Judges, 2016-2017 Edition contains practical information for peace officers' investigations, arrests and testimony with a checklist for each step. Legal professionals will appreciate Judge Lankford's insight into the connection between officers' fieldwork and evidence collection. Definitions, testimony, challenges, experts, tests as evidence, procedures, sentencing and administrative courts are all covered.
Some of the questions answered in Arizona DUI: A Manual for Police, Lawyers, and Judges:
• What is the legal standard for reasonable suspicion of DUI?
• When are roving checkpoints permissible?
• Can a suspect be intoxicated and legally consent to a search?
• What are the latest decisions on HGN?
• What are an officer's options when a driver refuses a breath test?
• When should blood tests be ordered to ensure accuracy?
• Under what circumstances does a defendant not have the right to a second sample?
Table of Contents
Searches Prior to Arrest
Observation of Intoxicated Behavior
Blood and Bodily Fluid Tests
Defendant's Pretrial Right
Charging the Offense
The DUI Case in Court
Administrative License Proceedings