How many points is my Arizona traffic violation? How many points will go on my driving record for this violation? How many points do I get for this ticket in Arizona? How many points can I get before Arizona Motor Vehicles Division (MVD) suspends my driver's license? What are points? How many points can I have on my license? These are common questions that people ask me almost every day. I wanted to take a moment to answer these questions and list a few common violations and the accompanying points that MVD assesses to an individual's driving record for those violations.
How is a felony charged? Will I be arrested? What can I expect? These are questions I often get from people who have been arrested for a felony and are still awaiting charges. They have no idea what to expect, and many unanswered questions about the process of how felony charges are filed. It is understandably very unsettling to have felony charges looming in the near future especially when you have no idea what to expect. People worry that one day soon the police are going to show up at their place of work and haul them off to jail. Here is a brief explanation of how felonies are charge in Arizona.
You may be surprised to find yourself charged with a crime for speeding. Many Arizona drivers are unaware that such a crime exits. If you would like a detailed definition and explanation of Criminal Speeding (see Consequences of Excessive (Criminal) Speeding in this blog)