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  • Shoplifting Laws in Arizona – How to Drop Charges

    Many Arizonans think that shoplifting is minor. However, being caught shoplifting could expose you to potentially severe penalties. Depending on the worth of the goods involved and whether a firearm was involved will likely determine how serious your offense will be.  If you have been charged with shoplifting under ARS 13-1805, you need to speak […] More

  • Top 10 Questions Asked About Types of DUI Charges in Phoenix AZ

    Driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs is a serious offense that can result in severe criminal penalties in Phoenix, Arizona. Depending on the circumstances, DUI charges can range from misdemeanors to felonies. This article aims to answer the top ten questions about the various types of DUI charges in Phoenix, AZ. 1. […] More

  • Maricopa County Jail

    What are the Different Jails in Maricopa County? Maricopa County, Arizona, has multiple jails. Five separate facilities within the Maricopa County jail system are located throughout the county. Each jail is operated by personnel from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. When people are arrested in Phoenix and surrounding cities, they will be taken to one […] More

  • How to Visit an Inmate at Durango Jail in Phoenix

    How to Visit an Inmate at Durango Jail in Phoenix The Durango County Jail is located in Maricopa County at 3225 West Gibson Lane. Like other facilities, the Durango County Jail has specific rules for visitation. This building was built to serve as a minimum-security jail for people who are accused of fairly minor offenses. […] More

  • Can I Get Arrested for DUI when Not Driving?

    Can I Get Arrested for DUI when Not Driving? Many people believe that you can’t be arrested for a DUI in Arizona unless you are driving. Some people might try to sleep it off in their vehicles after drinking and have the engine and air conditioner running because of the heat. Others may decide to […] More

  • Marijuana Charges Dropped / Marijuana Expungement – Prop 207

    Arizona voters resoundingly passed Proposition 207 on Nov. 3, 2020. This law legalizes the recreational use of marijuana in Arizona by adults ages 21 and older. It also offers some important remedies to people who have certain types of marijuana charges, or convictions, removed from their records. Prop 207 allows people to petition for their […] More

  • Arrested for Domestic Violence But You Didn’t Start the Fight

    In Arizona, being arrested for domestic violence is among the most overcharged types of offenses, and they carry significant penalties. Most domestic violence cases involve minor altercations between partners, spouses, or family members. If the police are called on a report of potential domestic violence, they will arrest someone and charge them with a crime […] More

  • Top 10 Mistakes Made When Filing for Divorce in Arizona

    Top Ten Mistakes to Avoid When Filing for Divorce on Your Own in Arizona It is no secret that divorce in Arizona can be costly, especially if you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement. To save money on legal fees, you may want to consider a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) divorce in Arizona. However, there is […] More

  • Phoenix Lawyer Discusses The Impact of Summer on Arizona DUI Charges

    Arizona criminal speeding tickets are one of the most common traffic violations. You can get a criminal speeding ticket for exceeding 85 miles per hour, or 20 miles over the posted speed limit. There are also criminal speeding tickets possible if you are going more than 35 miles an hour near a school zone. In […] More

  • Phoenix DUI Lawyer Reminds Boaters That Boating DUIs Carry Harsh Penalties

    Arizona Boating DUI / OUI Laws  In Arizona, it is a crime to operate a boat on any body of water while intoxicated with any drug or alcohol. There are three names for this specific conviction, including a boating OUI, a BUI, or a boating DUI. Many of the consequences for these charges are similar to those for […] More

  • Phoenix Criminal Lawyer See a Marked Increase in Hit and Run Charges In The Valley

    Hit and Run Charges in Arizona – Leaving the Scene of an Accident Accidents are stressful events, no matter what the circumstances are. A hit-and-run is one of the most serious crashes in Arizona, as defined under the state’s legislation ARS 28-662. When a motorist impacts another car, person, or property and then flees the scene […] More

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