Category: Criminal Defense Law

South Court Tower: 175 W. Madison Street

Looking for the South Court Tower location of the Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County? Learn more below. South Court Tower (SCT) Address 175

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 The Arizona legislature has enacted a new law that goes into effect in 2023, which allows a person to file a petition to

Lewis Prison Guide: Visitation Info, Legal Assistance, & More

Introduction Arizona State Prison Complex(ASPC) Lewis, is located in Buckeye, Arizona, and is run by Warden James Kimble. The facility is a multi-level-security prison

How Do Lawyers Dismiss Traffic Tickets in Arizona?

You may receive a traffic ticket for violating laws, such as failure to obey a stoplight or driving over the speed limit. You can

How to Report Police Misconduct in Arizona

Introduction Police officers are entrusted to enforce the law and stop or detain suspects as necessary. When a law enforcement official attempts to search

How The Three Strikes Law Works for Felony Crimes in Arizona

Introduction “Three strikes, you’re out” laws impose a mandatory life sentence for defendants who are convicted of three felony crimes on separate occasions. Washington

Who is Entitled to a Public Defender in Arizona?

Introduction Whether you’re facing criminal charges or simply educating yourself, it’s important to understand your legal rights as an American citizen and Arizona resident.

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

When is Being Read Your Miranda Rights Not Required in Arizona?

Introduction Anyone who has watched a cop movie probably already knows the Miranda warning: “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and

Challenge Your Arizona Imprisonment With a Writ of Habeas Corpus

Introduction A writ of habeas corpus is a legal rule that gives a prisoner the right to request court assistance and show that they’ve

Advantages and Disadvantages of Plea Bargaining in Arizona

Introduction Worried for the outcome of your potential trial? You’re not alone. Dozens and dozens of defendants, defense attorneys, and prosecutors all attempt to

Arizona’s Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor Laws

What are the laws surrounding contributing to the delinquency of a minor in Arizona? Is it a misdemeanor or a felony crime to give

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