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Juvenile Crimes

When Can a Minor Really Be Charged as an Adult in Arizona?

In the realm of juvenile justice in Arizona, the question of when a minor can be charged as an adult is a critical one, carrying profound implications for both the individual and their family. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the criteria and…

5 Ways Retailers Are Using Technology to Catch Shoplifters

In the ever-evolving landscape of retail, technology is playing an increasingly pivotal role in not only enhancing the shopping experience, but also in tackling the persistent challenge of shoplifting. Retailers have been leveraging innovative technologies to combat theft and protect their merchandise more effectively…

How are Juvenile Crimes Handled in Arizona?

Juvenile crimes are taken very seriously in Arizona. If your child is charged with a crime, it is important to seek legal assistance immediately. The repercussions of a juvenile conviction could follow your child for the rest of their life. An experienced attorney like…

What You Need to Know About Job Hunting with a Criminal Record

A criminal record can affect your ability to obtain or keep a job. Depending upon the type and the severity of the charge, you may be permanently prohibited from working in certain professions or with certain demographics. Even if you conceal your criminal history…

My Child Has Been Sentenced. What Happens Next?

Juvenile criminal charges can affect your child for years to come. While an experienced juvenile defense lawyer can help minimize the chances of your child being convicted and sentenced, it’s best to prepare for the possibility of incarceration. If your child is sentenced, he…

When Can Minors Be Charged As Adults?

It seems counterintuitive, but not every minor under age 18 is charged as a juvenile. Criminal law in Arizona allows—and in some cases, requires—juveniles to be tried as adults. The differences between juvenile court and regular criminal court are significant. If convicted as an…

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