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Arizona Vandalism Criminal Defense

Introduction to Arizona Vandalism Criminal Defense

Criminal property damage, better known as vandalism, is a common and fairly low-level crime in many instances.  However, like most non-violent charges, the penalty increases substantially relative to the value of the damage itself.  This article will explain what the charge of vandalism encompasses in Arizona, along with possible penalties and […]

Domestic Violence Criminal Defense in Arizona

Introduction to Domestic Violence Criminal Defense in Arizona

introduction to domestic violence criminal defense in arizonaBecause domestic violence implies aggression against loved ones, it is one of the most stigmatized crimes, and thus, one of the easiest to prosecute.  Yet, because problems between family members arise with such […]

Vehicular Crimes in Arizona

Introduction to Vehicular Crimes in Arizona

introduction to vehicular crimes in arizonaAlthough most vehicular crimes are “accidents” relative to more intentional crimes like gun violence, they are still litigated harshly.  Arizona aggressively prosecutes any car accident based on the presence of recklessness, and this recklessness usually-but not always- […]

Criminal Defense for Tax Evasion

Introduction to Criminal Defense for Tax Evasion

Tax fraud or tax evasion is the act of intentionally avoiding paying taxes for an extended period of time. Although tax evasion is a “white collar crime,” introduction to criminal defense for tax evasionthe potential punishments for this crime are not […]

Alcohol Misconduct Criminal Defense

Introduction to Alcohol Misconduct Criminal Defense

Although criminal defense of anything related to alcohol is usually centered on DUI law, there are other laws related to alcohol consumption.  This article will discuss the Arizona standards on Minor in Possession and Consumption law, open container law, and public intoxication law, along with possible defenses for each.

Civil Damages for Assault and Battery

FightMost people think of car accidents, slip and fall cases, and medical malpractice when personal injury is the topic. However, assault and battery are among the most common civil causes of actions in the realm of “intentional torts.” Assault and battery are civil causes of action […]

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