- Arizona ruling: Police can't say DUI tests are required Updated: Apr-26-16 5:21 pm
PHOENIX - Police in Arizona can't flatly tell drunken-driving suspects that state law requires them to submit to alcohol testing, the Arizona Supreme Court said Tuesday in a ruling that acknowledges that a state-provided form and earlier rulings by courts indicated otherwise.
- The Latest: Court: Police can't say DUI tests are required Updated: Apr-26-16 3:44 pm
PHOENIX - The Latest on Arizona Supreme Court rulings on consent for testing of people suspected of driving or operating a boat while under the influence of alcohol (all times local):
- Arizona high court to consider Miranda warning circumstances Updated: Apr-13-16 5:38 am
PHOENIX - The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to specify circumstances when police must give a person a Miranda warning about the constitutional right to remain silent during police questioning.