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Do I Qualify for Drug Court in Arizona?
Do I Qualify for Drug Court in Arizona?

There are mountains of evidence indicating that a large percentage of crime can be traced back to illegal drugs. Substance abuse is closely linked to crime for two main reasons: 1) people commit crimes, such as prostitution , robbery, and theft to get the money for drugs, ...

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  • Do I Qualify for Drug Court in Arizona?

    There are mountains of evidence indicating that a large percentage of crime can be traced back to illegal drugs. Substance abuse is closely linked to crime for two main reasons: 1) people commit ...

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  • FAQs About Domestic Violence in Arizona

    If you’re accused of committing domestic violence in Phoenix, or anywhere else in Maricopa County or Arizona, you’ll want to become familiar with the law and what can happen if you are found guilty of ...

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  • Arrested in Arizona But Live Out of State

    It is very common for people to travel throughout the United States, especially for work, to see family, or for vacations. And sometimes when someone is travelling in a different state, they end up ...

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  • Do Parents Have to Pay for Their Children's Crimes in Arizona?

    When one becomes a parent, they automatically assume a lot of responsibility that will last at least until their child’s 18th birthday, if not longer. At first, parents shoulder the costs of diapers, ...

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  • When Juveniles Receive Criminal Traffic Tickets in Arizona

    As a parent, it can be both exciting and scary when your teenager first gets their driver license. You’re happy for them and glad that now you won’t have to be a chauffeur nearly as much as before. ...

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  • What if I Fail to Appear For My Court Date in Arizona?

    When people end up being involved with the criminal court system, they will have a series of hearings and court dates; this is a normal part of criminal procedure. When a defendant is given a court ...

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