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  • When Are Defendants Sentenced in Arizona?
    When Are Defendants Sentenced in Arizona?

    If you are facing criminal charges in Arizona , you probably have a lot of questions and that is only normal. One of the questions that come up a lot is, “If I plead guilty or if I am found guilty, ...

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  • Sentencing Options in an Arizona Criminal Case
    Sentencing Options in an Arizona Criminal Case

    If you are facing criminal charges, you may be wondering about the sentencing options available under Arizona criminal law. Even if you are hoping to beat your criminal case, you should still be aware ...

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  • What Are the Penalties for Auto Theft in Arizona?
    What Are the Penalties for Auto Theft in Arizona?

    It’s a fact, in the United States, most people use motor vehicles as a mode of transportation more than anything else. After all, automobiles have become indispensable. But each year, hundreds of ...

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  • Juvenile Rights & Responsibilities in Arizona
    Juvenile Rights & Responsibilities in Arizona

    Technically, someone is considered a minor or a juvenile until they reach the age of majority, which is 18. In other words, a person is considered a juvenile until they turn 18. Once someone turns 18, ...

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  • Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm in Arizona Penalties
    Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm in Arizona Penalties

    Much like Texas and Utah, Arizona takes its gun rights very seriously. If you’re a gun enthusiast, Arizona is one of the best states to live in because it takes pride in citizens’ ability to bear ...

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  • Accused of Domestic Violence in Arizona?
    Accused of Domestic Violence in Arizona?

    A lot of people mistakenly believe that for abuse to be domestic violence , the abuser has to physically beat the victim, perhaps within an inch of the person’s life. This is not necessarily the case ...

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