Some crimes in Arizona are treated more harshly than others based on their specific facts. An example of this is a Dangerous Offense. A Dangerous Offense is defined by Arizona Revised Statutes § 13-105(13) as an offense involving the discharge, use, or threatening exhibition of a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument or the intentional or… read more
Most people have been in that situation. They’ve had too much to drink and black out, remembering nothing of the night that they had. Maybe there are some vague memories, or stories that they hear later from friends, but they do not know what specifically have done. Involuntary Intoxication What if that happens to you,… read more
The state of Arizona operates under the law of implied consent, which means that individuals who are pulled over on suspicion of DUI will be required to take a blood, breath or urine test upon arrest. Assuming that the individual is lawfully arrested by a law enforcement officer who displayed no malicious intent at the… read more
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
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