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Weapons Charges in Arizona

Arizona has some of the least restrictive gun laws in the nation. It is legal for most adults to carry a gun, without being required to have a permit for either open or concealed carry. Permits are available, however, and [...]

2019-09-17T10:10:15+00:00By |Weapons Charges|

Human Trafficking in Arizona

The U.S. State Department has declared the state of Arizona is a main destination and transit point for labor and sex trafficking, both nationally and internationally. Because of Arizona’s proximity to Mexico, San Diego and Las Vegas, the warm weather, [...]

2019-09-04T11:01:35+00:00By |Human Trafficking|

Arizona Extradition Laws

Extradition is something we watch on the news all the time. Famous extradition cases involved various personalities such as Joaquin Guzman, aka El Chapo, considered to be the most powerful drug trafficker in the world, extradited from Mexico to the [...]

2019-08-31T11:41:44+00:00By |Criminal Defense|

Theft in Arizona

Many people think of theft as a minor crime and, it is in some cases. Basically, the severity of the charge depends on the stolen property and the manner in which it was stolen. Arizona law describes theft as: The [...]

2019-07-31T09:45:07+00:00By |Theft Crimes|

Motor Vehicle Theft in Arizona

Car theft is a serious issue in Arizona with serious consequences. The state of Arizona is almost always in the top 10 states in the nation for total stolen vehicles. As a crime prevention measure, Arizona’s criminal justice system has [...]

2019-09-03T13:08:03+00:00By |Theft Crimes|

Drug Crimes in Arizona

Drug crimes are criminal acts involving narcotics or illegal controlled substances. They are usually very complex cases with numerous potentially severe penalties if the accused offender is found guilty. If you ever find yourself facing a drug-related charge, get in [...]

2019-07-04T12:20:40+00:00By |Drug Crimes|

Arizona Law on Aggravated Assault Offenses

In Arizona, assault charges generally involve acts considered to be misdemeanors. It involves: Recklessly and knowingly causing somebody physical injury. Deliberately touching somebody for the purpose of insult, provocation, or bodily injury. Deliberately making somebody feel reasonably threatened by impending [...]

2019-09-03T13:57:20+00:00By |Assault|