Arizona Stalking Laws and the Penalties
There has been a rise in cases that involve stalking all across the United States. It is estimated that during a period of 12 months, 14 out of every 1,000 people who were the age of 18 or older […]
The Arizona Cannabis Chamber of Commerce recently came up with a proposed legislation that could give the citizens of Arizona the ability to use marijuana recreationally. They would like to see this find a place on the 2020 ballot. This would […]
Knife enthusiasts love living in Arizona because it has some of the best knife laws of any state in the country. That’s because knife laws are quite favorable to enthusiasts and allow anyone ages 21 and […]
Driving while intoxicated or under the influence is a life-threatening and serious issue in the USA. More than 10 000 people died in car accidents where alcohol was involved. In 2014 more than one million people were arrested for […]
Cybercrime (computer, digital) is a broad category of offenses. Very often, such crime schemes are carried out over the internet, involving financial gains through hack attacks or identity theft.
How does Arizona deal with cybercrime and how many categories of digital […]
Being charged with kidnapping carries serious repercussions in Arizona.
Depending on the specifics of the offense, kidnapping is a Class 4 to Class 2 felony. A Class 4 felony carries a sentence of up to 3.75 years in prison and in the case of […]
Harming animals isn’t just morally corrupt, it’s also a crime in Arizona.
Such crimes are taken seriously and a recent legislative change introduced even harsher penalties for harming animals.
Until recently, the Arizona regulations defining and sanctioning […]
We talk about disorderly conduct charges quite a bit because, frankly, they are not difficult to get. We are going to look at the statutes in this article today, but we first want to bring up a recent […]
Cell phone privacy has long been an issue in the US. A phone can feature a lot of personal, even some self-incriminating information. In such instances, questions arise about the ability of police officers to access phone […]
Being convicted of a misdemeanor for the first time can be very scary because of the implications. Some people who commit a single misdemeanor, however, could be eligible for inclusion in an Arizona diversion program.
Diversion programs are created […]