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A firearm may be seized when accused of domestic violence

Many people in Arizona highly value their Second Amendment right to bear arms. However, this right is not always absolute. There are reasons why police might seize a person's firearms, at least temporarily. Such is the case when police are sent to investigate a report of domestic violence.

3 ways a criminal conviction can cost you

In Prescott Valley, like most other places, a criminal conviction is no joke. Whether you are facing charges for drug possession or domestic violence, a conviction can adversely affect your life in many ways. However, a criminal charge does not always have to end in conviction. With the right defense strategy, you might be able to successfully fight back against the charges and avoid all the negative consequences that come along with a conviction.

Arizona House passes sexual misconduct legislation

These days, more and more people are alleging they have been the victim of sexual misconduct in the workplace. Such allegations are very serious, as they can majorly affect the life of the accused even if the allegations are eventually found to be unsubstantiated or even false. Nevertheless, the issue of sexual misconduct has not gone unnoticed by the Arizona House of Representatives, which acted on this issue last month.

Pardons not always easy to come by

Having a criminal record can affect the rest of a person's life. It can make it more difficult for a person to obtain housing or find a job. Oftentimes, a person in Arizona who is in prison, or is out of prison but has a criminal record, will seek a pardon from the governor. However, these pardons are hard to come by.

Arizona man's assault and stalking charges will be severed

When one is accused of felony charges, it is important that their right to a fair trial is not impeded. A former assistant coach for the University of Arizona track and field team has been accused of assault and stalking of a player. However, a court recently approved the severance of the charges he faces. This essentially means that the prosecution cannot use evidence of the reported assault in the trial for the stalking charges.

Ways to dispute drug possession charges

Receiving drug possession charges in Arizona is a very serious matter, despite the much looser marijuana laws in many of the our neighbor states. If you receive drug charges, it is essential that you begin building a strong legal defense as quickly as possible. When you dawdle, your prosecutor has that much more time to build a case against you. This could cause you to miss out on important opportunities to challenge the evidence presented.

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