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ARS §13-1203 and Aggravated Assault in Arizona Aggravated assault charges are very serious charges and is considered a felony. It falls under the classification of assault (ARS §13-1203) where you intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly caused any sort of physical harm to another person. It could be a situation where you intentionally placed

What Arizona Law says about Statutory Rape Engaging in sexual conduct with a minor is a serious crime. It is what most considerstatutory rape. A conviction for having sex with someone between the ages of 15 to 18could result in a prison sentence, sex offender registration, lifetime sexual probation, aswell as numerous

Common questions regarding Assault in Arizona Arguments can usually be resolved with words, but oftentimes miscommunications, misunderstandings, and maybe even insults happen, and it leads to a physical altercation, resulting in an assault charge. When you have been charged with assault, it could be classified as a misdemeanor under A.R.S. 13-1203: Class

What Are the Three Elements of Self-Defense? Is it legal to defend yourself if someone attacks you? Well… it depends on the circumstances. Let us explain. Self-defense is a defense based on justification under A.R.S 13-404 and is often used in assault, battery, and any other crimes that involve physical force. It basically