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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…

A Look at Arizona’s New Recreational Marijuana Laws

In November 2020, Arizona voters passed the Smart and Safe Act, which legalized recreational cannabis in the state. This bill, also known as Proposition 207, made it legal for dispensaries to sell marijuana to anyone over the age of 21. Previously, a medical marijuana…

Why You Can’t Bring Recreational Cannabis Back from States Where It’s Legal

If you’re planning an upcoming vacation to Nevada, California, Colorado, or Oregon (or any state where recreational marijuana has been legalized), then you may be planning a trip to a dispensary during your stay. However, you shouldn’t plan to purchase any more product than…

What to Know to Stay in Compliance with Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Laws

In 2010, Arizona passed Proposition 203. This legalized the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes. However, recreational marijuana is still illegal in the state. Even when marijuana is used for medicinal purposes, it’s subject to the strict requirements established by the Arizona Medical Marijuana…

Potential Consequences of a DUI Conviction

Arizona has strict laws against driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs, and these laws provide for harsh penalties. The specific penalties you may face depend on the circumstances, such as whether you’ve previously been convicted of DUI. Consult a criminal defense…

Do You Know the Facts About Arizona DUI Penalties?

Penalties for driving under the influence are significant in Arizona. The state has a zero-tolerance policy for driving under the influence, or DUI, which means that you can get arrested if you have alcohol in your system when you drive, even if you are…

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