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Medical Marijuana Registration Process in Arizona

Posted on May 10, 2023 in

Marijuana has long been known for its medicinal uses, despite a lag in awareness and acknowledgment from the medical community. But now, not only does the medical community in Arizona recognize the useful properties of medical-grade marijuana for pain management, minimizing nausea, and increasing the appetite of patients suffering specific illnesses, but it also offers… read more

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What Happens if You Violate Probation for a DUI?

Posted on April 24, 2023 in

Driving under the influence of alcohol or other substances is a serious offense in Arizona, with mandatory jail time of 10 days or more even for a first offense. Often DUI convictions result in probation for a period of time following the conviction. During the probation period, you may have to complete hours of community… read more

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Can Your Trucking Employer Sue You For Getting a DUI?

Posted on April 10, 2023 in

Being charged with a DUI is a frightening experience. Finding yourself charged, booked, undergoing mandatory blood or urine testing, and held in a cell until your citation is issued is a humbling experience that only worsens when the results of the blood test end in an official DUI charge and arraignment date. Facing Arizona’s mandatory… read more

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Can No Trespassing Signs Prevent Police Entry?

Posted on February 2, 2023 in

People in the United States, including Arizona residents, expect a right to privacy within their own property. The wording of the U.S. Constitution expressly forbids police officers from conducting “unreasonable” search and seizure, which means they cannot enter private property without a warrant. However, for centuries, court cases have attempted to define the parameters of… read more

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Spousal Privilege in Arizona

Posted on December 28, 2022 in

In Arizona, spouses are treated differently when it comes to courtroom testimony compared to unrelated individuals. The marriage contract between two parties is a legal contract as well as an emotional bond. Arizona considers this bond a privilege when it comes to testifying in both criminal and civil cases. Just as in other privileged relationships… read more

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