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Category: Criminal Defense

What Is the Insanity Defense?

February 22, 2021 | Criminal Defense

Insanity is a controversial and uncommon defense strategy used in criminal law. This defense asserts that the accused party – the defendant – was legally insane at the time he or she committed a crime and therefore should be found not guilty. Studies show that only about 1% of all felony cases in the US… read more

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Entrapment as a Defense

February 17, 2021 | Criminal Defense

When someone is charged with a crime in Arizona, that party has the right to dispute the charges using a suitable defense. There are many defense strategies used by criminal defendants in Arizona. One is entrapment. Learn more about the entrapment defense and how it works to determine whether this is a usable strategy for… read more

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What Is an Alibi Defense?

February 15, 2021 | Criminal Defense

An alibi defense is a tactic a defendant may use during a criminal case. In basic terms, an alibi defense asserts that the defendant was not present at the scene of the crime when the crime was committed. Using the alibi defense typically requires evidence, such as receipts, video footage or signed statements from witnesses…. read more

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Criminal Charges Showing Up on Employment Background Check

August 12, 2020 | Criminal Defense

A criminal conviction gives a person a criminal record if that person is convicted of the crime.  In order to be convicted of a crime, a person needs to plead guilty or no contest, or to be found guilty at trial.  Therefore, if the case is dismissed or a person is not guilty, they will… read more

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Some Cities Impose Criminal Charges for Not Wearing a Mask

June 19, 2020 | Criminal Defense

Recently, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey granted local governments the power to implement their own regulations regarding wearing face coverings. While some municipalities have chosen not to enact measures to require face coverings, many have done so or are expected to in the very near future. Most of the cities that have enacted regulations require every… read more

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