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Arizona Castle Doctrine

Self-defense is justified in cases where a person feels it necessary to stand up for themselves against burglary, kidnapping, murder, or great bodily harm. This could be one’s business, residential ...
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Is Phoenix a Sanctuary City?

One of the areas of contention between the federal and the state agencies in Arizona today is whether Phoenix is a sanctuary city. Recently, Attorney General Mark Brnovich ruled that ...
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Criminal Forfeiture Laws in Arizona

Criminal forfeiture laws allow law enforcement to seize property that they believe is involved in a crime. This makes sense when property, such as cars or homes, is purchased using funds ...
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Arizona Drinking Laws

Alcohol laws can vary depending on what state you’re in, so it’s important to know what the rules are in Arizona. Visitors and even Arizona residents often break the law ...
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Can a Felon Own a Gun in Arizona?

Unless your conviction has been expunged, set aside, vacated, or your gun rights have been restored, anyone convicted of a felony in any jurisdiction across the country is a prohibited ...
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Conspiracy Laws in Arizona

Even if there is no actual crime committed, the state of Arizona can prosecute the intent and preparation to carry out a crime. In court, planning a crime can be taken ...
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Arizona Self-Defense Laws

It is not uncommon for people to get into physical fights. However, there are millions of Americans who are victims of violent crimes every year.  While Arizona law does allow individuals to ...
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