Criminal Speeding in Arizona

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In Arizona, a criminal speeding ticket may be more serious than you think. Generally, you can be charged for criminal speeding in Arizona by driving more than 20 miles per hour over the posted speed limit, or by exceeding 85 miles per hour on a highway. Unlike a civil speeding violation, which is simply a […]

Drugs and the Law: Types, Rules, and Punishments for Drug DUI

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A drug DUI can be stressful to deal with, but what’s even more stressful is when you don’t know what exactly a drug DUI entails. It’s important to know how the law works so you have a better understanding of what you’re up against when charged with a drug DUI. Lerner and Rowe Law Group […]

Legal Issues with Marijuana and Bankruptcy

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Marijuana is currently legal in 33 states medicinally and 10 states recreationally. While the cannabis products are becoming more and more accepted, there are significant issues to consider when mixing marijuana and bankruptcy. People that work in or with the cannabis industry may be unable to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If […]

Ring Home Surveillance and Privacy Issues

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Amazon’s Ring home surveillance products have helped millions of Americans secure their homes. One of Ring’s latest innovations, the Neighbors app, gives consumers an additional security tool. However, some are concerned with the company partnering with law enforcement agencies, providing them with information generated by Neighbors and Ring hardware.  While the technology can be a […]

Hound Marijuana Breathalyzer and the Future of DUIs

Lerner & Rowe Law Group

Hound Labs recently received $30-million in series-D funding for its marijuana breathalyzer product. The company touts its breathalyzer as “the world’s first dual marijuana and alcohol breathalyzer.” The funds will be used to boost manufacturing and availability of the product. If Hound Labs successfully ramps up production and its technology works as promised, this marijuana […]

Arrested for DUI, but Not Charged

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Arrested for DUI but Not Charged? It’s Just a Matter of Time. Often, people walk into our office after being arrested for DUI but have not been formally charged with a crime. Many think the police made a mistake or that the police decided to just let them go without criminal charges. However, an experienced […]

Driving While Impaired to the Slightest Degree

Lerner & Rowe Law Group DUI, BAC, and Arrests

Charged with DUI under .08% BAC – Driving while Impaired to the Slightest Degree by alcohol, drugs, or a combination of both. Often, our clients are surprised and confused when they are cited for a DUI when their blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was below 0.08%. It’s a common conception that the legal limit for a […]

DUI Blood Test Errors in Arizona

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In addition to field-sobriety, urine, and breath tests, blood testing is performed during a DUI investigation. As with any laboratory procedure, there are several things that could go wrong during the process. DUI blood test errors could lead to a false charge that could have a severely detrimental impact on your life. If you believe […]

Student Borrower Bankruptcy Relief Act

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The Student Borrower Bankruptcy Relief Act of 2019 was introduced to Congress on May 9, 2019 by Senator Richard Durbin. If this bill is signed into law, it would have massive ramifications for people struggling to pay off student loans. Below is an explanation of what the bill is and what it could mean for […]

Automated License Plate Readers Crucial Issues

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The use of automated license plate readers (ALPRs) in America is growing at a mercurial rate. ALPRs are capable of scanning billions of license plates every year, complete with timestamps and geolocations. In the right hands, they’re powerful tools that can provide valuable information to law enforcement agencies. Unfortunately, the tremendous amount of data collected […]