- AZ Criminal Defense
- What To Do If The Police Contact You?
- What Are The Different Types of Warrants?
- How To Find Out If You Have A Warrant For Your Arrest?
- What To Do First If You Believe You Might Have A Warrant For Your A?rrest
- Who Gets Deported For Criminal Convictions?
Major Vehicle Crimes:
- Second Degree Murder Vehicle Crimes
- Vehicular Manslaughter
- Other Common Major Vehicle Crimes
- Endangerment, or Leaving The Scene of a Collision
- Dangerous Crimes Against Children (DCAC)
- Legal Defenses to Serious Vehicle Crimes
- Road Conditions As A Defense To Vehicle Crimes and/or DUI
- Negligent Vehicular Homicide
- Medical Issues and Vehicle Malfunction Defenses
- Leaving The Scene Of A Collision or Accident
- Reasonable Suspicion For a Traffic Stop
- General Info About Drug Cases:
- Laws Related to Drug Cases:
- Possession Of Drug Charges:
- Drug Testing (TASC):
- Arizona’s Self Defense Law
- What Is A Dangerous Offense?
- Aggravated Assault – Most Common Dangerous Offense
- At What Age Is Someone Considered A Juvenile?
- The Juvenile System
- Juvenile Detention and Corrections Facility
- What Happens After a Juvenile Arrest?
- The State Has Discretion Whether Or Not to Charge As An Adult
- How Legal Representation Can Help The Juvenile’s Case?
- Juvenile Courts Seek To Rehabilitate, Not Punish
- Juvenile DUIs
- Delinquent Acts
- Schools and Juvenile Crimes
- Getting Arrested For Domestic Violence
- Remedies For Domestic Violence Charges
- Disorderly Conduct: Disturbing Peace
- What Conflicts Are Considered Domestic Violence?
- What Happens When Police Answer A Domestic Violence Call?