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A Brief History of the Death Penalty in Arizona

Capital punishment has long been a hot button legal issue across the U.S. While the death penalty is not explicitly outlawed by the U.S. Constitution, there have been several cases in the U.S. Supreme Court that have shaped how the death penalty is implemented…

How to Stay Out of Trouble When You’re on Probation

Not all crimes come with jail time. In fact, many people who are arrested for a misdemeanor on a first offense will not be required to serve time behind bars. However, that doesn’t mean you’re off the hook. Most often when jail time is…

The Dos and Don’ts of Social Media After an Arrest

Following an arrest, your priority should be to contact your defense attorney to discuss your case. However, you may also be tempted to talk to family and friends about the incident, especially if you feel you’ve been wrongfully arrested. You might also take your…

Why You Should Never Represent Yourself in Court

If you are facing a criminal charge, then you might be tempted to try to represent yourself in court. However, this isn’t a good idea. It’s always better to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney. You are much more likely to obtain a…

Everything You Need to Know About Search Warrants in Arizona

If you’re like most people, you probably know what a search warrant is. Everybody has seen movies or television shows where a police officer knocks on someone’s door and announces that they have a search warrant. But what exactly does it mean to serve…

Types of Protective Orders in Arizona

Protective orders are legally enforceable documents that are intended to protect a victim from an abuser or harasser. Most often, they are used in domestic violence cases. However, it should be noted that no physical conflict needs to have taken place in order for…

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