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Understanding extreme DUI charges in Arizona

Being arrested and charged with driving under the influence here can have a wide-ranging effect on a person's life. A conviction can result in a driver license suspension, fines, jail time and more. The penalties will vary based on the incident and its circumstances. That means if a person was significantly above the legal limit for blood alcohol content (BAC) level for DUI of 0.08 percent, the penalties will be harsher. And, understanding what can happen when a person is charged with extreme DUI is critical to lodging a strong defense and avoiding the worst possible penalties.

Domestic violence laws in Arizona: The basics

In general, domestic violence occurs when a relative or household member commits an act of abuse against another relative or household member. However, the act does not necessarily have to be violent. For example, domestic violence can also be emotional abuse, economic control and even neglect. Other types of domestic violence include assault and battery, criminal trespass and even disorderly conduct.

Can I get a set aside after a conviction in Arizona? Should I?

Residents who are arrested and convicted of a crime, many might think they have done what was necessary by completing the penalties, the case is over and they can move on. However, it is never a positive to have a criminal conviction on one's record no matter how minor it is. For more serious crimes, it can be significantly problematic even well after the fact. This is when it is wise to consider a set aside. It means that the case will no longer be on the person's record. Knowing how to get a set aside is a key part of a case.

Two men face sex crimes after social media interactions with teen

People in Prescott Valley frequently use social media for various activities. Some will use it to try and meet people and engage in a relationship. There is nothing wrong with that. However, it can be difficult to know whether the person with whom an individual is communicating is of legal age to do so. This can result in exchanging photos and getting involved in situations that are illegal and can spark criminal charges. Being accused of cybercrime and sexual misconduct can cause major problems in a person's life and requires a strong legal defense.

What if I am facing an investigation for voyeurism?

Seemingly everyone in Arizona has a smartphone and other devices with advanced photo and video-taking abilities. This can lead to the recording and sharing of whatever the person wants to capture and showing it to others in person or online. As with anything else, this can also take a negative turn into illegality. People who are accused of voyeurism can have their personal life upended with a severe damage to reputation and significant legal consequences.

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