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Plea Bargains In Arizona Criminal Cases

Criminal defense attorneys vigorously fight for the rights of their clients and to do what is in their client’s best interest. Although the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees all defendants the right to a trial by jury, a very small percentage of criminal cases ever make it that far. However, at the same time, any seasoned Arizona…read more →

The Reasons Attorneys Defend People Accused Of Crimes

People often ask lawyers why they defend criminals accused of committing heinous crimes, people who are deemed to be obviously guilty and repeat offenders. This question is not unusual considering the violence, depravity, and decay of civility in society today and considering the intolerant attitudes held by many toward those accused of crimes, primed by crime news and crime TV…read more →

Avoiding Self-Incrimination In An Assault & Battery Case

There are measures in place in Arizona jails and prisons to assure that no criminal activity takes place in relation to the defendant’s communications. Authorized jail and prison officials screen a defendant’s mail, and record their telephone calls in jail. The information obtained may be used to prosecute pending or future criminal charges. The exception to this would be any…read more →

Common Scams and Fraud Found in Bail Bonds Industry

Having a loved one or a family member arrested and detained is a stressful time for any family. It can be an unusually trying and emotional time. People are embarrassed, worried about finances, and anxious to get their loved one out of jail.  Such a combination of events leaves people vulnerable to a number of scams and outright fraud. It…read more →

What you should know about Post Conviction Relief Law

Post-conviction relief refers to the legal process which starts once the defendant is convicted of a crime. In most criminal cases, the conviction usually results after a trial. After the conviction, the next step is that of sentencing. The verdict is passed by the court, but the guilty party can challenge the conviction or sentence under the post-conviction relief law….read more →

Aggravating and mitigating factors that can affect a crime

The crime alone doesn’t determine the sentencing or penalty; rather, there are factors that altogether conclude whether the criminal is worth punishment legally. Whenever a jury finds a respondent chargeable towards the end of a criminal trial, the court must decide the petitioner’s punishment. State and government criminal acts frequently set the punishments for offenses in view of the offense…read more →

What are some common examples of Vehicular Crimes?

Accidents take place on roads all the time and it can be hard for the parties involved, as well as law enforcement authorities, to agree on the principal culprit. This is because many factors need to be considered before you can lay the blame on one particular person. A proper investigation needs to be conducted taking into account everything from…read more →

An Overview of Workers’ Compensation

When someone is injured at the workplace, they have the right to get workers’ compensation. Also known as workman’s compensation, or workers’ comp, workers compensation is the name given to a system of laws that are designed in order to protect injured employees at the workplace. The objective of workers’ compensation is to ensure that when an employee is injured…read more →

Consequences of Different Sex Crimes in Arizona

The Arizona state laws define penalties and consequences for different sex crimes. Understanding the charges for each of these sex crimes can be difficult. When someone is accused of violating the laws related to sex crimes in Arizona, they not only face the legal penalties, but they face far reaching consequences. The offender will not only have to serve time…read more →

Consequences of Possessing a Controlled Substance in Arizona

Possessing a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) in Arizona and other states is considered a serious crime. The exact penalties for possession vary depending on the type of drug involved and the quantity of drug possessed. The intent also affects the severity of the punishments, for example if it was for personal use, or if it was for sale and distribution….read more →

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