Is Marijuana Legal in Arizona?

Marijuana is illegal in the state of Arizona, unless it’s been officially prescribed for medicinal purposes. Medical marijuana has been legal in the state since 2010 and is now available ...
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Can I Get a CDL with a DUI in Arizona?

With six interstates in Arizona, commercial driving is a large part of the state’s transportation economy. This attracts many commercial drivers to the state, and for those with past DUIs, ...
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Arizona Felony Sentencing Information

Criminal felony offenders are classified into two different categories, first-time offenders and repeat offenders. Naturally, a repeat offender will face a more severe punishment than a first-time offender even if ...
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Conspiracy Charges in Arizona

The saying, “don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time,” should really say, “don’t plan on doing the crime if you can’t do the time.” An individual can ...
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Computer Tampering Laws in Arizona

Computer hacking may not seem like a serious crime in comparison to others dangerous acts, but illegally accessing a computer system with the intent to alter, destroy, or damage it ...
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Types of Arson in Arizona

In Arizona, there are different levels of arson that range from the burning of wildlands to the burning of an occupied structure. Depending on the level of arson committed, it ...
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Criminal Damage in Arizona

If you've been charged with criminal damage anywhere in the East Valley, you could face potentially serious consequences if you are not properly prepared for your defense in court. As ...
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Arizona’s Armed Robbery Laws

Armed robbery charges come with serious penalties. In Arizona, armed robbery is taking someone’s possessions by using a deadly weapon such as a gun or a knife. Robberies committed with a gun ...
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Arizona’s Misdemeanor Crimes

In Arizona, a crime can be classified as either a felony or a misdemeanor. Felonies are more serious crimes such as murder or rape. Misdemeanors are considered less serious crimes, ...
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