- Police reports
- Recordings of 911 calls
- Laboratory tests, including your blood alcohol level or breathalyzer results
- Video tapes from the scene
- Witness statements
- Photographs of the scene
- Physical evidence
Additionally, your Tempe DUI attorney may ask certain experts to review the evidence in your case. Keep in mind that not all information is disclosed to you or to the prosecution. For example, statements between you and your Tempe DUI lawyer will not be shared with the prosecution.
The criminal discovery process in Arizona can be confusing and may take a long time. If you have any questions or concerns about the discovery procedure in a Tempe DUI case, contact an experienced Tempe criminal lawyer today at 1-888-929-5292.