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Difference Between Reckless, Aggressive and Criminal Speed [Infographic]

By |February 14th, 2018|Civil and Criminal Traffic, Infographic|Comments Off on Difference Between Reckless, Aggressive and Criminal Speed [Infographic]

What Is Attorney-Client Privilege?

The doctrine of attorney-client privilege serves as a critical safeguard for keeping a client's communications to a lawyer secret. If a legal demand is made for such communications during discovery or a request is made for the lawyer to testify [...]

By |February 7th, 2018|criminal- defense|Comments Off on What Is Attorney-Client Privilege?

What Happens If I have a Warrant for My Arrest?

When a warrant for arrest is issued, it is in your best interest to take steps to resolve the issue immediately. Whether the warrant was issued because police believe they have probable cause to arrest you or you simply failed [...]

By |January 31st, 2018|criminal- defense, dui dwi|Comments Off on What Happens If I have a Warrant for My Arrest?

Can You Get a DUI While Riding a Bicycle in Arizona? [Infographic]

A recent WalletHub survey found that Arizona has the strictest DUI laws in the country. If you are wondering whether these same strict penalties apply to riding a bicycle, the short answer is “perhaps”. Arizona DUI law requires the alcohol-impaired operation [...]

By |January 24th, 2018|dui dwi, Infographic|Comments Off on Can You Get a DUI While Riding a Bicycle in Arizona? [Infographic]

Salaried Employee Rights in Arizona

Broad, sweeping changes to the rights of salaried Arizona employees were brought by the passage of The Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act in November of 2016. Due to these significant changes, here is a helpful reminder of the legal [...]

By |January 17th, 2018|employment law|Comments Off on Salaried Employee Rights in Arizona

Can Criminal Charges from Other States be Held Against Me in Arizona? [Infographic]

If you are wanted for criminal charges committed in another state, Arizona will generally transfer you and give custody to that state. This process is known as interstate extradition, and these laws are governed by §13-3855 and §13-3857 of the A.R.S. These [...]

By |January 10th, 2018|criminal- defense, dui dwi, Infographic|Comments Off on Can Criminal Charges from Other States be Held Against Me in Arizona? [Infographic]

Can Probation or Parole Be Revoked for Any Reason?

Arizona expects defendants who receive the privilege of probation or parole to uphold and abide by the rules set forth by an Arizona court. It is generally understood that probation or parole privileges are preferable to time in prison, which [...]

By |January 3rd, 2018|criminal- defense|Comments Off on Can Probation or Parole Be Revoked for Any Reason?

What Happens If I Get Arrested While on Probation?

From a legal perspective, receiving probation is a legal privilege that ensures a defendant avoids a jail sentence by fulfilling all court-ordered obligations and requirements. Receiving probation generally comes with obligations such as the following: Contributing to community service for [...]

By |December 27th, 2017|criminal- defense|Comments Off on What Happens If I Get Arrested While on Probation?

Penalties for a DUI with a Child in Car  [Infographic]

Arizona law treats any DUI as a serious legal offense and public safety risk. However, penalties for a DUI when a child is present in the car are far more severe than a standard misdemeanor DUI. If an Arizona driver [...]

By |December 20th, 2017|criminal- defense, dui dwi, Infographic|Comments Off on Penalties for a DUI with a Child in Car  [Infographic]

Do Arizona Employees Have a Right to View Personnel Files?

Over the duration of an employee's time working for their employer, the employee will build a personnel file that includes information pertaining to commendation letters, performance reviews, any disciplinary actions taken against the employee and similar information. The Arizona Administrative [...]

By |December 13th, 2017|employment law|Comments Off on Do Arizona Employees Have a Right to View Personnel Files?