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How Can An Arizona Misdemeanor Impact Your Employment?

Posted on March 14, 2024 in

No one wants to face criminal charges, but many defendants breathe a small sigh of relief when they learn they’re facing misdemeanor charges rather than a more serious felony. There are significant differences between a misdemeanor conviction and a felony conviction; for instance, misdemeanor sentences are typically no more than six months in jail plus… read more

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Common Evidence Used in Arizona Disorderly Conduct Charges

Posted on March 4, 2024 in

Disorderly conduct is one of the most common criminal charges in Arizona. It’s sometimes applied when law enforcement are not sure what other charges might apply to a situation. Disorderly conduct is sometimes called “disturbing the peace.” It may also be called “drunk and disorderly” when the suspect commits the conduct in combination with public… read more

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What Are The Punishments for Arizona Campus Crime?

Posted on February 21, 2024 in

Decision-making isn’t always at its peak during the college years, but when typical college recklessness, rash decisions, or scuffles with another student result in criminal charges, college students in Arizona face both legal and campus consequences. Colleges have institutional policies a suspect must consider as well as the impacts of a criminal record on a… read more

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How Community Service Hours Work in Arizona

Posted on November 22, 2023 in

Arizona’s criminal courts have a reasonable amount of flexibility in sentencing those convicted of crimes. Under a variety of circumstances, a judge may sentence a convicted individual to community service rather than incarceration or fines or in addition to incarceration or fines. The court considers the nature of the crime and the defendant’s criminal history… read more

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Arizona’s Criminal Damage Classifications

Posted on November 5, 2023 in

Intentionally damaging someone else’s property is a crime in Arizona with penalties dependent upon the value of the damaged property. Before the criminal justice system classifies the crime as a misdemeanor or felony, they must first evaluate the property to arrive at a dollar amount. If you or your family member damaged property belonging to… read more

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