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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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  • Do Parents Have to Pay for Their Children's Crimes in Arizona?
    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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  • AZ License Suspensions for Juvenile Offenders
    AZ License Suspensions for Juvenile Offenders

    Young people are in the habit of taking risks. Often, they don’t realize the consequences of their actions so they make some poor judgement calls. The problem is that minors between the ages of 12 and ...

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  • Juvenile Driver License Suspensions in Arizona
    Juvenile Driver License Suspensions in Arizona

    In Arizona, your driver license can be suspended or revoked under specific circumstances. When a driver license is “revoked,” it means the person’s driving privilege has been terminated. Under Arizona ...

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  • Underage Drinking Offenses in Phoenix, Arizona
    Underage Drinking Offenses in Phoenix, Arizona

    It is common knowledge among American adults and parents that teenagers have a tendency to drink alcoholic beverages and smoke cigarettes even though it’s against the law. In fact, the vast majority ...

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  • Juvenile Delinquency in Phoenix, Arizona
    Juvenile Delinquency in Phoenix, Arizona

    Are you a parent whose son or daughter has recently fell into trouble with the law in the Phoenix area? If so, you probably have a lot of questions and concerns about how the courts will handle your ...

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