School has started up for many across Arizona. While there are school rules to be followed, most students usually abide by them. However, one Arizona teenager was placed under arrest for reportedly violating his school's dress code and becoming disruptive. Specifically, the teen would not take off a blue bandana he was wearing.
The onset of fall means football games and high schoolers all over Prescott Valley queuing up for tailgate parties before their weekly games. Unfortunately, many tailgate parties involve underage drinking.
Allegations of domestic violence are undoubtedly serious, especially if a person finds themselves being accused of committing such acts. It is important that the accused's rights are protected in such situations, especially in light of when police can put a person under arrest on grounds of domestic violence.
Illegal drugs can enter the United States in a variety of ways. One way is for people to carry illegal drugs in backpacks across our nation's border. Recently, the U.S. government has significantly changed the way such cases will be prosecuted.
Generally, in order to draw blood after a traffic stop for drunk driving, police need a search warrant. This means they must take the driver to the substation, place the driver in a holding cell, have a second officer serve as a witness to a written affidavit and finally the police must locate a judge to issue the search warrant even if it's the middle of the night. This is to ensure that the search does not violate the driver's constitutional rights. However, police argue that the process is too costly in terms of time with regards to DUI charges when time is of the essence.
Law enforcement officials in Arizona will be on the lookout for those who they think are committing a sex crime. Being labeled a "prostitute" or being accused of patronizing a prostitute can have a serious effect on a person's personal and professional life. Therefore, it is important to know what constitutes the crime of prostitution in Arizona.