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Month: April 2020

Can Someone Use Self-Defense Against a Person Threatening Them With COVID-19?

April 30, 2020 | Defense Strategies

Can someone face criminal charges for defending themselves against a person who said they had Coronavirus and was threatening them? During this global-pandemic the threat of acquiring COVID-19 is very scary. Some would argue that it is just as scary as being attacked by someone with a weapon. After all, according to health experts, COVID-19… read more

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What Is the Difference Between Domestic Violence and Abuse?

April 27, 2020 | Domestic Violence

Domestic disputes can escalate into actions that meet the definition of crimes under Arizona’s criminal statutes. Someone involved in a domestic spat could ultimately commit domestic violence or abuse and face criminal charges. In Arizona, state law charges both types as the same crime: domestic violence. Domestic violence is a serious crime in Arizona with… read more

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What Happens If I Plead No Contest to Domestic Violence?

April 20, 2020 | Domestic Violence

If the police arrest you for domestic violence in Arizona, one of the most important legal processes involved in your case will be the arraignment. This is the initial hearing, in which the courts will state the official charges brought against you. At your arraignment, you will also have the opportunity to enter how you… read more

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How Does Bond Work? How to Get Someone Out of Jail

April 20, 2020 | Criminal Defense

What is bond and how does it work? How do I get someone out of jail? This is probably one of the most common questions we get along with how to pick up someone’s property from jail. Almost every day our Phoenix criminal defense lawyers receive calls from people who are distressed after a loved one… read more

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What Happens if You Find Money or Jewelry? Can You Keep It?

April 16, 2020 | Theft & Shoplifting

The old saying, finders keepers, losers weepers, is not correct. In Arizona, a person commits theft if, without lawful authority, the person knowingly: comes into control of lost, mislaid or misdelivered property of another under the circumstances providing means of inquiry as to the true owner and appropriates such property to the person own or… read more

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