Vaughan S. Winborne is a sole practitioner, so there is no worry about being passed along to junior staff. He works with people in Northern Arizona, and has worked previously in Hawaii and North Carolina.
Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
DUI – As in most other states, a violation of this law carries with it potential jail time. In Arizona, the Implied Consent Law requires that, after applying and accepting a driver’s license in the state, you will consent to blood alcohol concentration or blood content tests if you are pulled over and believed to be under the influence.
Most states report or learn about a conviction or failure to appear for a DUI and act accordingly. This can mean a license revocation in the home state. Many people must have a valid driver’s license to maintain employment. DWI, the abbreviation for “driving while intoxicated or impaired” is a term that can be used interchangeably with DUI.
Possession of Marijuana Law – in many states, it is illegal to be in possession of marijuana without a prescription provided by a medical practitioner. This includes cultivating the weed through the plant cannabis. In the State of Arizona, the consequences for violating this law depends on how much marijuana is found on the offender’s person. The incarceration period and fines increased based on the pounds of marijuana discovered and may result up to 3 years in prison.
It is important that you have an attorney on your side if you are charged with a DUI in Flagstaff, Arizona. Contact Vaughan S. Winborne if you are charged with a DUI.
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