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When Can Police Legally Search Your Car?

In Arizona, a police officer's request to search a driver's vehicle is a commonly misunderstood interaction between citizens and law enforcement. There are legal limitations placed on a police officer's legal authority to search a driver's vehicle. Tyler Allen Law Firm explains when police can legally search your car. Contact us to discuss how our team builds a strong legal case that protects a defendant's constitutional rights after police vehicle searches.

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What Crimes Constitute Federal Charges? [Infographic]

If you are charge with a federal crime, you need a criminal defense attorney who provides a strong defense based on federal law and the federal court system. Contact Tyler Allen Law Firm located in Phoenix, AZ. If you are charged with a federal crime, you need a criminal defense lawyer who provides a strong defense based on federal law and the federal court system. Contact Tyler Allen Law Firm today.

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What Are "Aggravating and Mitigating Factors"?

Phoenix attorneys, the Tyler Allen Law Firm, explain what aggravating and mitigating factors are in relation to Arizona law in this comprehensive blog post. At Tyler Allen Law Firm, our team will present evidence carefully that shows you deserve a more lenient sentence based on mitigating factors if you choose to accept a guilty plea or are convicted.

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What is Entrapment?

If you are facing burglary or theft charges in Phoenix, Arizona, get the help from experienced criminal defense attorneys at Tyler Allen Law Firm. The concept of entrapment broadly states that Arizona law enforcement cannot induce a defendant to commit a crime that would not have been committed without law enforcement presenting the opportunity to do so.

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How Does Parole Work?

The legal system views a parole hearing as an act of mercy and grace on the part of the court, meaning that there is no certainty that a defendant can receive a parole hearing. Contact Tyler Allen Law Firm for a legal consultation to discuss how one of our criminal defense attorneys can help you work within the Arizona criminal defense system to obtain a chance at parole.

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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 under oath, attorney-client privilege protects what a client discussed with a lawyer in private. Learn more by reading Phoenix attorney Tyler Allen Law Firm’s blog.

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