Category: Arizona Laws

Massaging Without a License in Arizona

Introduction While there are many differences between the scope of work of a medical doctor and a massage therapist, they have at least one

Arizona’s Burglary Laws

Introduction While it is common to hear “robbery” and “burglary” used interchangeably, there is a significant difference between the two. A robbery occurs when

A.R.S. 13-911: Sealing Criminal Records in Arizona

Introduction As of January 1, 2023, the Arizona legislature enacted a new law which allows a person to file a petition to seal all

ARS 13-3101: Prohibited Possessor in Arizona

Introduction The second amendment to the U.S. Constitution ensures the right for all citizens to keep and bear arms. However, federal and state laws

ARS 13-2006: Criminal Impersonation in Arizona

Introduction Whether it is due to technological advances that make committing criminal impersonation a breeze or the lack of violence needed, criminal impersonation is

How to Fight Bankruptcy Fraud Charges in Arizona

Introduction Whether you’re facing bankruptcy fraud charges or simply want to avoid committing this crime, it’s essential to know the law. A conviction for

Speeding Laws in Arizona’s School Zones

Introduction While it’s important to drive safely and obey all traffic laws and speed limits, it’s especially important to do so in a school.

How Long Do You Go To Jail For Violating Probation In Arizona?

Introduction In Arizona, judges have many options for determining the punishment for a crime, and one of the most popular options is probation. During

What You Need to Know About Distracted Driving Tickets in Arizona

Distracted driving is a serious issue that puts everyone on the road in danger and as the popularity and functionality of cell phones have

Do Cops Come to Your House for a Bench Warrant in Arizona?

Introduction If you have been charged with any crime in Arizona, you will be given a court date. This court date is the time

Arizona’s Laws on the Violation of Bail Conditions

Introduction If you have been arrested for a crime in Arizona, depending on the severity of your crime as well as your previous history,

Unemployment Fraud Laws in Arizona

Due to COVID-19 and the many business restrictions that were implemented to stop the spread, many Arizona businesses have been forced to shut down

About Arizona’s Aggravated Assault Statutes: ARS 13-1204

Introduction Assault is a serious charge, and the repercussions of a conviction can affect your life for years to come, impacting your ability to

How to Bail Someone Out of Jail in Arizona

Introduction If a friend or family member has ever been arrested, then you probably know how stressful the experience can be. Along with worrying

Arizona Curfew Laws

Introduction Arizona governor Doug Ducey initiated a mandatory curfew for the state of Arizona in response to the unrest among citizens and subsequent riots

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