Ordered Out Of Your Own Home In A DV Case?

Man sleeping on a park bench

Anytime you are charged with a crime in Arizona, a judge decides the conditions of release you must abide by until the case is over. Domestic violence conditions of release in Arizona are imposed just like the conditions of pretrial release in any other type of criminal case, but the ramifications can be much more…

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Beware of Arizona DUI Scams

Recognize DUI scams in Tucson AZ by talking to a Tucson DUI lawyer about any suspicious mailings

When someone is arrested and charged with a crime, it all becomes part of the public record. This is like blood in the water for the sharks out there trying to make a buck off of people’s misfortune. There are websites seeking to capitalize by posting booking photos online and making people pay for their…

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The Problem With Disorderly Conduct In Arizona

couple arguing in front of son with be charged with disorderly conduct in arizona

Disorderly conduct in Arizona, sometimes referred to as “disturbing the peace,” is a crime that can be committed in an almost infinite number of ways because the language of the Arizona disorderly conduct law is very broad. It is also very subjective because the crime is not well defined. As a result, it’s not uncommon…

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DUI & Your CDL (Commercial Driver’s License)

Semi truck trailer driver under the influence in Tucson and I-10 can lose license

Arizona interstates are teeming with commercial drivers, including many commercial drivers from out of state. When you drive for a living, a DUI charge can be devastating. If you have a commercial driver’s license (CDL), Arizona (like every other state) holds you to a much higher standard when it comes to safety and Arizona DUI…

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DUI And Your Arizona Real Estate License

Tucson DUI or drunk driving arrests and the risk to your Arizona Real Estate License

Most people know that a DUI conviction in Arizona carries some pretty severe penalties, but the consequences of a DUI conviction don’t necessarily end when the case is over and you’ve completed your sentence. A DUI can cause major problems with employment, including professional licensing. In this post, we’ll focus on real estate professionals and…

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If Your Car Was Impounded After A DUI…

Car towed for police impound

If your car was impounded by the police, you’re probably trying to figure out how to get your car out of impound as soon as possible. One of the many inconvenient things about being charged with driving under the influence in Arizona is that police can impound your car. In other words, they can have…

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Dealing With A Bench Warrant in Arizona

Pima County Sheriff's Deputy or Tucson Police Officer examines papers for bench warrant at traffic stop in Tucson Arizona.

Criminal bench warrants are pretty common in Arizona, especially bench warrants issued in misdemeanor cases. Judges issue a bench warrant to force people into court after they have missed a court date, failed to respond to a court summons, or failed to complete a court ordered sentence. Some people with misdemeanor bench warrants don’t even…

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