Unlike many other states, Arizona does not have an expungement law on the books. That means that once you are convicted of a crime, that crime will stay on your record forever. Fortunately, that’s not the end. Arizona law provides for those convicted of certain crimes to apply to have their conviction set aside. What… read more
Arizona Gambling Ruling On May 14, 2018, the United States Supreme Justices in a 6-3 decision in Murphy v. NCAA struck down the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, a Federal Law which dictated that most states cannot allow sports wagering. The majority of the justices concluded that it is unconstitutional for Congress to… read more
What is this Teen Driving Law? Put down the phone and watch the road! In 2018, a law banning wireless use by teens while driving went into effect. Arizona teen drivers who hold a Class G license (also known as an Arizona’s Graduated Driver’s License or a “GDL ) are prohibited from using wireless communication… read more
A mere arrest will not affect a driving record or cause points to be added to your record in Arizona. However, a conviction of DUI will be included on your driving record and remain there for 10 years. The points, which may or may not affect your insurance premiums, will be relevant for three years… read more
Is possession of marijuana really a felony?! Because it’s totally legal in California… and Nevada… and we have medical marijuana in Arizona… Yes. Possession of Marijuana for personal use is a felony offense in Arizona. Arizona Revised Statutes § 13-3405 provides that a person shall not knowingly possess or use marijuana, and that violating the… read more
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