There are several ways that police officers are able to spot drunk drivers. Regardless of whether the stop is made on the road or through a DUI checkpoint, there are several characteristics that have been shown to indicate impaired driving. This type of behavior is what police officers and highway patrolmen look for when searching… read more
Proposition 200 was a voter initiative passed in Arizona in 1996 that provided substantial protections for those people charged with possessing drugs. The law was enacted as Arizona Revised Statutes § 13-901.01 and has been modified over its lifetime to change which drugs are eligible for Proposition 200’s protections. Continue reading to learn more about… read more
In Arizona, there is one major problem with the self-exclusion process in Arizona casinos. If you have a gambling problem, casinos have a process for these individuals. This process is where they can inform the casino of their gambling problem and can voluntarily request to be banned from the casino. This is known as the… read more
What constitutes self-defense in Arizona? Can I protect myself if I’m afraid someone is going to hurt me? You can, if you act reasonably. Arizona’s self defense statutes are Arizona Revised Statutes § 13-404 and § 13-405. Arizona Revised Statutes § 13-404 provides for a defense in using or threatening to use physical force that… read more
Imagine yourself, minding your own business, carrying your concealed pistol as you always do, walking down the street. You run into a friend of yours that you know is a real pothead and have a sudden urge to smoke. So, no big deal, you buy a joint off of him then and there. Only a… read more
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