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Does a Victim of Domestic Violence Have to Testify?

July 14, 2021 | Domestic Violence

It is relatively common for those who accuse others of domestic violence to recant their allegations later, when they have reconciled with the alleged perpetrator or realized the gravity of the accusation. What many people do not realize is that once an accusation of domestic violence has gone to the police, it will not matter… read more

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How to Deal With False Domestic Violence Charges

July 7, 2021 | Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a serious crime. Even being accused of domestic violence can ruin your reputation, make you lose your job and lead to other negative consequences. If you’re charged with this crime and arrested, you could be facing fines, potential jail time and a permanent criminal record. There are many reasons why someone might… read more

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Teen Sexting Laws in Arizona

June 23, 2021 | Sex Crimes

Sending images of a sexually explicit nature is relatively common among teenagers today. Sexting or sending nudes occur often in teenage relationships and hookups. What most teens and parents fail to realize, however, is that teen sexting is against the law in Arizona. It is referred to as the unlawful use of a cell phone… read more

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Arizona Child Pornography Laws

June 16, 2021 | Child Pornography,Sex Crimes

Child pornography is a crime that is taken extremely seriously in Arizona. A criminal conviction for child pornography offenses can lead to years in prison, hefty fines and mandatory registration on Arizona’s sex offender list. If you have been accused of child pornography or any type of sex crime involving a minor, contact a Phoenix… read more

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Expungement of Certain Marijuana Convictions

June 15, 2021 | Arizona Revised Statutes,Criminal Defense,News

In 2020, Voters passed Proposition 207 – a sweeping marijuana reform that provides better protections for individuals who use marijuana. Prop 207 also legalized adult-use recreational marijuana. Perhaps most importantly, Prop 207 created a method of expungement for certain marijuana convictions. Difference Between Expungement vs. Set Aside in Arizona Prop 207 and A.R.S. § 36-2862… read more

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