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Heroin use is on the rise, criminal justice addresses the problem

Heroin usage is on the rise, but this is a public health issue that must be stopped in its tracks. The rate of overdose deaths has been increasing steadily. What makes this so troubling is that heroin overdoses are possible for any user, whether they have been using for years or if this is their first time.

Fighting against false allegations of sex crimes in Arizona

The issue of sexual harassment and assault is making headlines more often these days. Unfortunately, some people in Arizona will find themselves falsely accused of a sex crime. This is a serious situation as even false allegations can tarnish a person's reputation in their community. Moreover, sex crimes are aggressively prosecuted. When a person is charged with a sex crime, it may seem like their professional life and personal life are in a tailspin.

One need not touch another to be charged with assault

People in Prescott Valley sometimes get into arguments. Family members may argue with each other, or a person could get into an argument with a stranger. Most of the time, despite angry words and hurt feelings, people are able to resolve their arguments. However, sometimes these arguments escalate and threats are made, even if a person does not mean to follow through with the threat. People may understand that hurting another person could be considered a crime, but, when it comes to assault, a person need not even lay a finger on another to be charged with this crime.

Arizona saw fewer DUI arrests this past Cinco de Mayo

Certain holidays in Arizona are often celebrated with drinking. Whether it's a cold bottle of beer, a refreshing wine spritzer or your favorite cocktail, having a drink or two is not uncommon on certain holiday weekends. One of these holidays is Cinco de Mayo. However, what Arizonans should understand is that on holidays like Cinco de Mayo, police will keep a close lookout for those they believe are driving drunk.

How can a 'set-aside' benefit a person in Arizona?

Some people in Arizona may think that once a person is convicted of a crime and has served their sentence, they are then free to enjoy life in the same way as anyone else. However, this is often not the case. A person will have a criminal record following them that could affect their ability to get a job, find housing or obtain certain licenses or permits. Arizonans in such situations may wonder if there is any way they can rid themselves of a criminal record once their sentence is served.

'Smallville' actress accused of sex crimes

Anytime a person is accused of doing something illegal, these accusations will have a negative effect on that person's life. However, allegations of sex crimes can be especially detrimental to a person's professional and personal reputation, even if such charges are unfounded. People in Arizona may recognize actress Allison Mack from her days as a star in "Smallville." However, she is currently facing sex trafficking charges.

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