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  • Cyberbullying Charges in Arizona
    Cyberbullying Charges in Arizona

    The offense of cyberbullying falls under the category of a harassment crime in Arizona. Just as with any other harassment charge, cyberbullying could be filed as a misdemeanor or felony charge. In ...

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  • Underage DUIs in Phoenix
    Underage DUIs in Phoenix

    In Arizona, as in every other state in the country, the legal drinking age is 21. Along with this, there is a Zero Tolerance Bill in Arizona that means any measurable amount of alcohol in a minor's ...

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  • What Are the Penalties for Selling Narcotics in Phoenix?
    What Are the Penalties for Selling Narcotics in Phoenix?

    While any drug sale charge is a serious issue, when the charge involves narcotics such as cocaine and heroin, the potential penalties become that much more severe. If someone is charged with selling ...

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  • Minor in Possession of Alcohol Laws in Arizona
    Minor in Possession of Alcohol Laws in Arizona

    Arizona has statutes in place to counter juvenile offenses such as underage drinking and underage DUIs, and other crimes such as vandalism and trespassing . Under these laws, a minor is considered ...

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  • Reduced Jail Terms for Extreme DUI Offenses Are Not Applied Retroactively
    Reduced Jail Terms for Extreme DUI Offenses Are Not Applied Retroactively

    Beginning in 2012, judges in Arizona were afforded the authority to reduce a significant portion of the 30 day jail sentence that is required upon a conviction for extreme DUI . Prior to that time, ...

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  • Sentencing Reform Ahead?
    Sentencing Reform Ahead?

    Under mandatory minimum sentences, nonviolent, low-level drug offenders can receive the exact same sentences as drug traffickers who are part of a cartel. Because they are mandatory, it does not allow ...

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