Arizona: DUI Warrant Program in Effect

For those charged with DUI in Arizona and who fail to appear for a hearing or jail, an arrest warrant is normally issued.  Under the Department of Public Safety’s new DUI Warrant Apprehension Program, which began May 20, 2005, DPS Officers are now the homes and places of employment of DUI offenders. The purpose of the new program is to reduce the number of DUI warrants in the state of Arizona and to hold those drivers arrested for DUI accountable for their actions. There are approximately 25,000 outstanding warrants for DUI in Arizona.

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