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March 26, 2019
Threatening or Intimidating Criminal Defense

Is Threatening Someone a Crime in Arizona?

In Arizona What is a Threatening or Intimidating Crime? It is a crime to intimidate or threaten violence under Arizona’s Threatening or Intimidating Statute; it is also illegal to threaten serious damage to property. Under ARS 13-1202, threatening or intimidating is a serious offense that’s charged either as a felony, depending on the circumstances. With the charge, there does not have to be physical contact to the alleged property or victim. The victim simply has to report a genuine threat. Threatening or intimidating does not even require that the victim experienced any fear. Threatening or intimidating cases typically arise from […]
March 22, 2019
Difference of a Felony and Misdemeanor DUI Charge

The Difference Between a Felony and Misdemeanor DUI

It is Important To Understand the Difference Between a Felony DUI or Misdemeanor DUI Case DUI, short for “driving under the influence,” convictions can make life difficult. They cause stress in the present moment and also have the ability to bring a lot of stress in the unforeseen future. So, what makes DUI convictions a misdemeanor or a felony? Are there any differences? While a lot of people consider misdemeanor charges to be less of a big deal compared to felony charges, the truth is that any criminal conviction is always big deal. While it is good to avoid criminal […]
March 15, 2019

Understanding Rule 11 in Arizona

Within the rules of law in the state of Arizona, a person needs to be of reasonable mind in order to stand trial in court. If there is some evidence to suggest that the individual who is facing charges is not competent to understand those charges or the process of law, then it may be found that they are not able to go through the regular system. Here, we will take a look at how to understand Rule 11 procedure in Arizona. The Purpose of Rule 11 The legal system in the U.S. is based on an adversarial scenario. It […]