Out of State DUI Requirements

09Apr12

Defendant’s Arizona conviction for driving while impaired was not categorically equivalent to a California DUI conviction where the level of impairment required for conviction under the Arizona law was less than that required in California. Trial court erred in relying on handwritten notations on Arizona judgment form to find that defendant’s conduct in the Arizona case would have supported conviction in California and thus constituted a prior conviction for enhancement purposes.
People v. Self – filed April 4, 2012, Fourth District, Div. One

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