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Consequences of DUI in Arizona Arizona has some of the harshest penalties for DUI charges in the country. If you are arrested for Dui you need to understand what the potential penalties are.  The consequences may vary, depending on whether or not this is your first offense, who else was in

Weeks ago, COVID-19 cases in Arizona were in the double digits. Today we have 1,157 cases with 20 deaths. Jails are an absolute breeding ground for this virus due to increased crowding, delays in medical evaluation and treatment, rationed access to soap, water, and clean laundry, insufficient infection-control expertise, and

No, they cannot continue to question you without independent reasonable articulable suspicion that crime is afoot or your consent.The Fourth Amendment protects us from unreasonable searches and seizures.[1] An investigatory traffic stop, is “temporary” and may “last no longer than is necessary to effectuate the purpose of the stop.”[2] A

Assault in ArizonaA.R.S. § 13-1203 defines assault as the following:Class 1 misdemeanor: Intentionally, knowingly or recklessly causing another person physical injury.Class 2 misdemeanor: Intentionally placing someone else in reasonable apprehension of imminent physical injury.Class 3 misdemeanor: Knowingly touching a person with the intent to provoke, insult, or injure the person.Section