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When will a teen in Arizona be tried as an adult?

Making mistakes is simply part of growing up. Some mistakes are minor and serve as a good learning experience. However, sometimes a youth makes a bad choice or is simply hanging with the wrong crowd. At times like this, the youth might be accused of committing a crime. Normally, if a youth is between the ages of eight and 18, they will fall under the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court. However, there are times when some teenagers in Arizona will be tried as adults.

Arizona needle exchange bill moves forward in the Senate

Drug use -- particularly the use of opioids -- is becoming a public health crisis in Arizona and across the nation. Steps need to be taken to address the issue and try to reverse the damage it has done to our society. As reported in an earlier post on this blog, the Arizona House of Representatives considered a bill that would legalize needle exchange programs. It passed the bill in February, and that bill recently advanced to the Arizona Senate. However, the bill did undergo major changes from the House version of the bill.

Aggravated DUI charges can significantly impact one's life

Being accused of driving under the influence is a situation no driver in Arizona wants to be in. After all, even a sober person might have trouble performing a field sobriety test. Or, there may have been a good reason for a person to driver erratically, for example, to avoid hitting an animal or running over debris on the road. Unfortunately, it is entirely possible for a person to be wrongfully accused of DUI. DUI charges can lead to significant penalties, so it is important that anyone accused of this crime develop a solid defense strategy.

Arizona still takes a hard stance against marijuana

These days, not everyone views marijuana as "the gateway drug." Many people believe that marijuana is not as harmful and dangerous as it had been made out to be in the past. In fact, some states are starting to decriminalize marijuana by significantly reducing the penalties associated with possession of the drug. And, a few states have even made the possession and sale of marijuana legal, either for medicinal purposes or recreationally.

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