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Category: Arizona Revised Statutes

Are There Differences Between Sealed & Expunged Records?

April 2, 2024 | Arizona Revised Statutes,Expungement

Everyone makes mistakes. Unfortunately, sometimes mistakes can leave you with a criminal record. Once you’ve been introduced to the criminal justice system, it can be difficult to remove the effects that a criminal record can have on your life, reputation, future and livelihood.  If you want a fresh start, then you may have the ability… read more

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Understanding ARS 28-3473: Driving on a Suspended License

December 21, 2022 | Arizona Revised Statutes,Vehicular Crimes

It is against the law in Arizona to operate a motor vehicle without a valid and current driver’s license. This means a license that is not suspended or revoked. Knowingly driving on a public roadway with a suspended driver’s license is illegal. The penalties for violating this rule can include further driver’s license suspension, fines,… read more

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What Are Arizona’s Hit-and-Run Laws?

December 19, 2022 | Arizona Revised Statutes,Vehicular Crimes

A hit-and-run is a crime that occurs when a driver leaves the scene of a car accident without stopping and fulfilling his or her legal responsibilities. In Arizona, drivers have a specific list of things that they must do before leaving the scene of a motor vehicle collision. Any violation of these laws could result… read more

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Arizona Embezzlement FAQs

August 30, 2022 | Arizona Revised Statutes,White Collar & Fraud

Embezzlement is a crime that involves taking money, property or assets from an employer or another party that has entrusted the defendant with the asset. It is a type of white-collar crime, meaning it has to do with finances and is typically committed for financial gain. Use this embezzlement FAQ page to learn more about… read more

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What Are Arizona’s Anti-Racketeering Laws?

August 29, 2022 | Arizona Revised Statutes,White Collar & Fraud

Racketeering can refer to any illegal activity that is performed to make a profit. It is a special criminal enterprise that often involves acquiring a business for the purpose of fraudulent, illegal or dishonest business dealings. It is a type of white-collar crime that can involve operating a business using money obtained illegally or for… read more

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