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Category: assault & violent crimes

How Will My Maricopa County Superior Court Case Go?

October 4, 2019 | assault & violent crimes

Being charged with a felony in the Maricopa County Superior Court is incredibly intimidating.  However, a little bit of knowledge can go a long way in reducing the anxiety that accompanies facing a felony simply by virtue of not knowing what is going on. Read on to learn more and if you have any further… read more

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What is an Order of Protection?

September 23, 2019 | assault & violent crimes

Imagine a spurned lover or a soon to be ex-spouse going to Court, telling a judge horrible things that you supposedly did to them and your children, and receiving an order from the Court forbidding you from seeing your children, all without ever having your side of the story heard.  This is exactly what happens… read more

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Leaving a Child or Animal Unattended in a Vehicle

September 17, 2019 | assault & violent crimes

What do I do if I see an animal or child that is left unattended in a vehicle and appears to be suffering physical injury? Arizona is well known for its excessive heat. The dangers resulting from leaving a child or animal unattended in a vehicle during the warmer seasons are well known. However, if… read more

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Can I Refuse a Sobriety Test?

August 15, 2019 | assault & violent crimes

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

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Will Getting a DUI Affect My Car Insurance?

July 27, 2019 | assault & violent crimes

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

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