July 2013 Archives

Parents of DUI accident victim give teen driver a second chance

The pain that comes with losing a loved one in a drunk driving accident is unimaginable. Whether it is a child or a parent who is lost, it is likely that the sorrows will soon turn into anger, and family members want to see the perpetrator pay for their discretions; commonly by sitting in prison. 

George Zimmerman found not guilty of second degree murder

Late Saturday evening, the jury that was deliberating to determine George Zimmerman's fate returned to the Seminole County courtroom where they had heard two weeks of testimony regarding a rainy night in February 2012 where 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was killed.

Argument over vomit leads to shooting

The hot summer days of July can lead to flaring hot tempers in Arizona. An argument over vomit lead to a shooting on Tuesday evening in Phoenix. According to an AZFamily.com report, a man was walking his dog in the courtyard of his apartment building when another man vomited over the ledge of the second floor, and all over the man's dog.

How to handle a drunk driving stop

It is no secret that the Fourth of July is one of the deadliest days for drivers each year. Outside of New Years' Day, Independence Day commonly has the most alcohol related car crashes in Arizona (and across the United States). Because of this, law enforcement agencies in Phoenix and across the state will be out in force to enforce drunk driving laws.