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Category: Arizona Revised Statutes

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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ARS 28-622.01 Unlawful Flight

August 20, 2020 | Arizona Revised Statutes,Unlawful Flight

You may not know how to react to a law enforcement officer trying to pull you over. You might have had a bad prior experience with a police officer that makes you afraid to stop or believe you have illegal items in your vehicle that could incriminate you. You may have simply made the wrong… read more

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Arizona Gun Laws

August 13, 2020 | Arizona Revised Statutes,Firearms Crimes

Although the Second Amendment enables citizens of the United States basic rights to own firearms, it is state law that largely regulates the sale and purchase of guns across the country. Some states have stricter laws than others as an attempt to curb rising gun violence and death rates. However, many argue that these are… read more

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ARS 13-3102 Misconduct Involving Weapons & ARS 13-2904 Disorderly Conduct

July 24, 2020 | Arizona Revised Statutes,Firearms Crimes

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution gives you the right to bear arms. As a resident of Arizona, you have the right to purchase, possess and openly carry a gun. Any law-abiding citizen over the age of 21 can carry a firearm openly or concealed without needing to obtain a license. You must,… read more

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ARS 13-1209 Drive-By Shooting

July 17, 2020 | Arizona Revised Statutes,Firearms Crimes

Firearms are a significant cause of injuries and deaths in Phoenix, Arizona. The firearm mortality rate in Arizona in 2018 was 15.3 deaths per 100,000 population, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Almost 1,150 people in Arizona lost their lives due to firearm incidents in 2018. State lawmakers attempt to reduce the… read more

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