Stopped for DUI in AZ? Take Breath Test & Keep Your License Arizona DUI defense lawyers at the Law Offices of Curry, Pearson, & Wooten PLC have advice for drivers who are stopped for driving under the influence in Arizona. Watch this video to find out what they recommend drivers do when pulled over for a DUI. In Arizona, the law states that if an officer of the law believes there is probable cause to stop a person for drinking and driving or driving under the influence of drugs, the officer can ask the driver to take a breath test, blood test, or urine test. If drivers refuse, they can lose their driver’s license for a year. Before you refuse to take the test you should know that officers can obtain a search warrant requiring you to take those tests, regardless of your refusal. Arizona DUI attorneys at the Law Offices of Curry, Pearson, & Wooten recommend that drivers take the tests in order to keep their license. If you have been arrested for DUI in Arizona, please call the Phoenix criminal defense lawyers at Curry, Pearson, & Wooten for legal advice. We can be reached at 602-258-1000 or 888-929-5292 to schedule a free consultation. You can also visit our website to view our informative articles, frequently asked questions and other free resources.