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What to Know About Arizona’s Hit and Run Laws

Arizona law requires every driver to stay at the scene of an accident. It doesn’t matter if you didn’t cause the accident or if no one appears to be hurt; the law still requires you to stop. If you have been accused of leaving…

How Do Violent Offenses Differ from Other Crimes?

Crimes can differ dramatically in their severity, and the same is true of the potential charges that may come with a conviction. When an individual is accused of a violent crime, the potential consequences may be much more severe than those associated with non-violent…

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. ...

The Differences Between a Misdemeanor and a Felony

Crimes are divided into several categories, which depend upon the severity of the crime. When you are accused of a crime, its category will determine the type of punishment or other consequences you may face if convicted. While infractions are considered minor crimes typically…

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…

What is Statutory Rape?

Each state in the United States observes a legal age of consent. Individuals above this age are considered able to legally consent to sexual activities. When an individual that has not yet reached the age of consent engages in sexual activities with a party…

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