Category: Arizona Laws

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

Curfew Laws in Arizona

Arizona Curfew Law    In Arizona, curfew laws are designed to keep minors safe and prevent juvenile crime. These laws restrict the times during

ARS 13-702 – Arizona First Time Felony Offenders Statutes

Introduction Felony crimes generally carry a prison sentence of one year or longer, with the sentence increasing as you progress in severity from class

Tampering With Evidence Laws and Consequences in Arizona

Introduction Think back to when you were a child cartwheeling around the house, which inevitably led to breaking something important — a vase, picture

Arizona’s Cyberbullying Laws

Introduction What are the legal consequences of harassing another person using electronic means? How is cyberbullying defined in the state of Arizona? Cyberbullying is

Arizona Knife Laws

Introduction If you’re a knife enthusiast in Arizona, it’s time to break from your self-induced constraints and let your hair down; there are no

What Happens if You Ignore a Photo Radar Ticket in Arizona?

Introduction Arizona lawmakers are currently proposing a bill to eliminate photo radar throughout the state. The use of photo radars has been an ongoing

Arizona Castle Doctrine

Introduction Self-defense is justified in cases where a person feels it necessary to stand up for themselves against burglary, kidnapping, murder, or great bodily

Is Phoenix a Sanctuary City?

Introduction One of the areas of contention between the federal and the state agencies in Arizona today is whether Phoenix is a sanctuary city.

Criminal Littering and Polluting Laws in Arizona

Introduction Littering may not seem like a serious offense, but in Arizona, it’s a charge that can lead to significant consequences. So litterbugs take

Is it Illegal to Deny Someone Water in Arizona?

Introduction In Arizona, there is no statute that states it is illegal to refuse water to someone else in the state. This myth grew because

Criminal Forfeiture Laws in Arizona

Introduction Criminal forfeiture laws allow law enforcement to seize property that they believe is involved in a crime. This makes sense when property, such

Arizona Asset Forfeiture Lawyer

Reports of illegal searches and asset forfeiture abuses have become more common in the news, and many people are beginning to wonder how they

Arizona Drinking Laws

Introduction 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

Conspiracy to Commit Murder in Arizona

Introduction Murder is considered the most serious offense in criminal law; however, a person could still face similar penalties without actually killing another person.

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