Countless people across the globe will be watching the big game this Sunday, and for many, their festivities will include alcohol. Super Bowl Sunday has become synonymous with DUI’s and underage drinking charges, making it a dangerous day for getting behind the wheel. Super Bowl Sunday is a risky day for drinking and driving, especially when your city is hosting the event. And if you’re under the legal drinking age, it’s probably one of the worst days for you to consume alcohol, as law enforcement will be taking extra precautions to make sure you’re charged, especially if you’re driving. Increased

The Waste Management Open, formerly known as the Phoenix Open, is a professional golf tournament held in late January or early February in Scottsdale, Arizona. Though big players do attend the event—Tiger Woods will be making his first appearance since 2001 this year—spectators often flock to the Stadium Course at TPC of Scottsdale for reasons other than golf: to consume alcohol with their friends on a sunny and warm Arizona winter day. This exciting and lighthearted tournament opens today for 2015; a calendar of events can be found on the tournament’s website. The 16th Hole According to Wikipedia, the tournament

Super Bowl XLIX: Avoiding DUI’s on Super Bowl Sunday

Arizona is one of the nation’s harshest states when it comes to enforcing and punishing DUI laws. If you’re attending the big game on February 1st in Glendale, or any of the other Super Bowl events scattered across the Phoenix Valley in the weeks to come, it’s a good idea to avoid drinking and driving. As an AZ resident or out-of-state visitor, you can expect increased DUI patrols, DUI checkpoints, and no mercy from law enforcement if you’re pulled over and driving intoxicated. Nationwide Increase in Drunk Drivers on Game Day According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in

Experts are predicting an influx of human traffickers in the Phoenix Valley in the next couple of weeks, based on trends from last year’s Super Bowl in New Jersey. Along with out-of-state fans flooding into town for the big game, there will be human traffickers piggybacking on the sudden rise in tourism in hopes of finding new clients for their unlawful business. Trafficking, soliciting, and prostitution happen year-round, but increase significantly during big events. Arizona is Updating Prostitution Laws If you’re arrested in AZ for soliciting a prostitute, the officer has two options: either to ticket and release you, or

How Can I Report Police Misconduct in Arizona?

There is a form you can fill out online that you can then email, fax, or mail to the Arizona Department of Public Safety. You can also file a complaint in person with the department. If you’re worried you may become the victim of police misconduct in the future, there are a few things to keep in mind during a police altercation. Having the officer’s name, badge number, and a witness will help you tremendously, if you’re fortunate enough to obtain this information. Database of Police Misconduct There are several police misconduct databases on the Internet, which keep track of

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