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What are the Different Types of Homicide in Arizona?

Arizona law identifies five types of homicide. They are classified according to a defendant’s level of intent and circumstances of a victim’s death. The five homicides, in order of most to least serious, are as follows: First degree murder with notice of intent to seek the death penalty. This offense includes all elements of first degree murder enumerated by Arizona…read more →

Female teacher raped in Arizona prison after left alone in a classroom

PHOENIX – Jacob Harvey, a sex offender at the Eyman prison’s Meadows Unit, raped a female teacher who was conducting a high school test at the prison premises. The teacher, who remains unnamed for legal reasons, was left alone during the high-school equivalency test that she was conducting for half a dozen inmates. There was no security during the test,…read more →

What is Vulnerable Adult Abuse?

In the state of Arizona, as per A.R.S. §13-3623 vulnerable adult abuse is a crime that involves the abuse of any adult who is unable to protect themselves due to a physical or mental impairment. “Abuse” is classified as treatment of an individual that puts their life or health in danger and that is performed intentionally, negligently or recklessly. It…read more →

Traffic Tickets for Driving Too Slow

Law enforcement officers often give traffic tickets for driving faster than the speed limit. Driving too slowly can also result in a traffic ticket. There are several defenses to a traffic citation for driving too slowly. An attorney can find the appropriate defenses to a charge of driving too slowly. Defenses to Traffic Tickets for Driving Slowly in the Left…read more →

Arizona DUI/OUI Checkpoints May 16th – 18th 2014

The Arizona Game and Fish Department has announced their participation in an OUI and safety checkpoint on the Colorado River this weekend starting Friday May 16th and running through Sunday May 18, 2014. There will be various checkpoints along the Colorado River and it’s reservoirs. It is recommended that you have a designated driver should you choose to drink alcohol…read more →

How do Police Detect the Speed of Your Vehicle

Receiving a speeding ticket is one of the quickest ways to receive fines and points on a driver’s license. These costly mistakes can be avoided altogether if a driver has the proper knowledge and knows how to challenge these charges. There are a variety of ways a speeding ticket can be issued and each method has fundamental flaws that can…read more →

Federal Government Corruption

Corruption refers to unethical actions taken by officials to reward private interests at the public’s expense. The officials are motivated by campaign contributions, bribes, promises of jobs and profitable investments. Legislators and bureaucrats use their power to subvert the general welfare for their personal benefits. All levels of government experience corruption including U.S. Congress, federal agencies and police departments. The…read more →

Disorderly Conduct: Felony or Misdemeanor?

People will contact our offices and say “what is felony disorderly conduct?”  First of all disorderly conduct can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony.  A misdemeanor is when someone is loud, obnoxious, and in the courts terms displays “seriously disruptive behavior.”  When it becomes a felony, almost always it involves a weapon.  For example if someone was at…read more →

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