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Category: Criminal Defense

What Are Common Defenses Used in Arizona Criminal Cases?

April 28, 2023 | Criminal Defense

Being charged with a criminal offense in Arizona can be a frightening and overwhelming experience. If you or someone you love has been arrested for any type of crime in Phoenix, it is essential to understand the various defenses that may be available to you. A knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer can help you build the… read more

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Conflicting Testimonies and Alcohol: What to Know

April 20, 2023 | Criminal Defense

If you are on trial for a crime or offense, it is critical to understand how the justice system works. The prosecution will submit evidence against you in an attempt to prove your guilt, often in the form of witness testimony. If the eyewitness used was under the influence of alcohol at the time, however,… read more

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Guide to the Criminal Process in Arizona

April 12, 2023 | Criminal Defense

If you get charged with a misdemeanor or felony crime in Arizona, it is important to know what comes next. Understanding the criminal process can make it easier to properly navigate. Avoiding surprises can help you stay one step ahead and protect your legal rights as a defendant.  If you are facing criminal charges in… read more

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Does Arizona Have a Three Strikes Law?

April 6, 2023 | Criminal Defense

If you have two prior felony convictions on your record and are facing charges for a third, it is imperative to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney. Arizona has a Three Strikes law that imposes a mandatory life sentence in prison for defendants who are convicted of three certain types of felony crimes on separate… read more

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What Are Your Rights During a Maricopa County Arrest?

March 23, 2023 | Criminal Defense

If you get arrested in Maricopa County, it is up to you to protect your rights. The goal of law enforcement is to charge you with – and eventually have you convicted of – a crime. You cannot and should not trust them to protect you or preserve your constitutional rights. The best way to… read more

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