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What You Need to Know About Field Sobriety Tests

Field sobriety tests, or FSTs, are an important tool that officers use to determine if someone is under the influence of drugs or alcohol behind the wheel. Because the penalties for driving under the influence are severe, knowing your rights when you’re asked to…

FAQs About Assault Charges

Assault is a serious criminal charge. If you are arrested for assault, you will need a criminal defense attorney to assist with your case from the start, before you answer any questions from law enforcement. In Arizona, there are multiple forms of assault charges,…

Spotlight on Prostitution Laws in Arizona

Prostitution laws in Arizona are extremely strict. It is illegal to pay for a sexual act, to engage in a sexual act for money, or to facilitate the exchange of money for sexual acts. Typically, people convicted of a prostitution-related offense must spend time…

How to Avoid a Marijuana DUI

Marijuana use is now legal in Arizona, but that doesn’t mean that it is legal to drive under the influence of it. A marijuana DUI can lead to the loss of your license, a fine, and jail time, and the penalties increase if you…

Understanding Arizona’s Animal Protection Laws

Animal protection laws in Arizona are complex, because you are subject to state, county, and city codes, which vary in different parts of the state. Pima County has strict animal welfare laws that residents of Tucson and the surrounding areas should familiarize themselves with.…

Recreational Cannabis: What You Need to Know About Border Patrol Checkpoints

With recreational cannabis now legal in Arizona, there are many questions about the limits of the new laws and how they will be enforced. One significant issue on the minds of many people in Arizona is whether it is legal to bring recreational marijuana…

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