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Drug Charges

How Drug Possession Charges Can Stick with You

Jail time is typically the first thing brought to mind when one hears the phrase “drug possession charges.” But long after you’ve served your sentence and paid your fine, a conviction can affect your life in surprising ways. And unfortunately, it doesn’t necessarily matter…

How a Drug Possession—Even a Misdemeanor—Can Change Your Life

When you think of punishment for any crime, the first thing that comes to mind is probably jailtime. There are, however, many other potential consequences that come with convictions, and some can be life-lasting. If you have gotten charged with drug possession, your primary…

What Should You Do (or Not Do)?

Getting arrested is a scary experience, and it's possible do something that worsens the situation, especially if you know that you’re innocent. It’s helpful to know what to do, and—perhaps more importantly—what not to do when you are being confronted by law enforcement. The following guide will provide you with some helpful tips to get through, so you can build the strongest defense possible when you appear in court. ...

Drug Possession in Arizona

Drug possession is a criminal offense that refers to possessing illegal substances with the intent of using, distributing, or selling them. In Arizona, drug possession is considered a serious offense, and the potential consequences of a conviction are severe. If you are found to…

New Sentencing Bill Will Help Prosecutors Coerce Guilty Pleas From Drug Defendants

It’s already easy enough for attorneys do coerce a guilty plea from a defendant in a drug case: 97% of federal drug defendants end up pleading guilty. If that number sounds high, prepare for it to possibly go higher thanks to the new Sentencing…

DUI and Marijuana

DUI stands for “driving under the influence.” This offense refers to individuals charged with operating a motor vehicle while suffering impairment related to a chemical drug, including alcohol and many types of prescription medications. In the state of Arizona, marijuana is a tightly-regulated drug…

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