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Arizona criminal speeding tickets are one of the most common traffic violations. You can get a criminal speeding ticket for exceeding 85 miles per hour, or 20 miles over the posted speed limit. There are also criminal speeding tickets possible if you are going more than 35 miles an hour near a school zone.

In Arizona, criminal speeding is a Class 3 misdemeanor that identifies a speeding violation as a criminal infraction under Arizona Revised Statutes 28-701.02.

This article will talk about how to avoid criminal speeding in Arizona and what happens when you do receive a criminal speeding ticket there.

What are the Types of Criminal Speeding Violations?

There are three methods to obtaining a criminal speeding violation in Arizona, all of which are outlined below.

Traveling at speeds of more than 85 miles per hour is considered Excessive Speed Under ARS 28-701.02a3

Excessive speed is the most frequent sort of criminal speeding violation. Even in a 75 miles per hour speed limit zone, traveling 86 miles per hour is a violation of this section.  

Those who travel through Arizona’s more rural areas, particularly between significant tourist destinations such as the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and Flagstaff, are frequently charged with this type of crime.

Exceeding posted speed by 20 miles per hour Under ARS 28-701.02a2

This is another frequent type of traffic violation, which is generally seen in the major cities of Arizona’s more urban areas. This infraction takes place at any speed that is over 20 mph above the legal limit. Some examples are as follows:

traveling 46 miles per hour or above in a 25 mile per hour zone
traveling 56 miles per hour or above in a 35 mile per hour zone
traveling 80 miles per hour or above in a 55 mile per hour zone

Exceeding 35 miles per hour near a school zone Under 28-701.02a1

The least frequent criminal speeding charge is this one, but it may happen in more populated regions around school zones. This violation must occur within a designated school zone, which usually includes the presence of signs.

Many people are surprised to find out that this infraction is punishable by potential jail time.

Contact:

[email protected]
Colburn Hintze Maletta PLLC
2633 E. Indian School Rd.
Suite 110
Phonenix AZ 85016
(602) 902-1953 http://chmlaw.com

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Arizona DUI Defense and DUI Laws

Being arrested for a DUI can be frightening for most people. Many Arizonans charged with DUIs do not have any previous experience with the criminal justice system and do not know what might happen to them.

The experienced DUI attorneys at Colburn Hintze Maletta can help you understand the charges you face and guide you through the process. We are aggressive criminal defense lawyers who work hard to secure the best possible outcomes for our clients.

 

How a DUI Defense Lawyer Can Help

Your Phoenix DUI defense lawyer from Colburn Hintze Maletta can help you in the following ways:

Advise you about the DUI laws and what to expect at your court hearings
Negotiate a reduced sentence or reduced charges
Win a dismissal of the charges
Appear with or for you at all hearings
Save money on your court fees
Secure a not guilty verdict at trial

When you retain a DUI defense lawyer from Colburn Hintze Maletta, you are much likelier to secure a favorable outcome than if you try to represent yourself. You will also have an advocate by your side to help you throughout the criminal court process.

Contact:

[email protected]
Colburn Hintze Maletta PLLC
2633 E. Indian School Rd.
Suite 110
Phonenix AZ 85016
(602) 902-1953 http://chmlaw.com

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