Class 6 Felony Crimes in Arizona

Facing Class 6 felony crimes in Arizona are serious matters, and the consequences can be harsh and life-changing. A Class 6 felony is one of the lowest classifications of felony crimes in Arizona, but this does not diminish the gravity of the charges, as all felonies can be costly for your finances, freedom, and future in general. 

How Long After Physical Therapy Do You Get a Settlement?

Posted On June 26, 2024 I Arizona Laws,Blog,Personal Injury

If you plan on filing a personal injury claim, it helps to understand the process. For instance, how long the process takes depends on several factors, including the length of a treatment plan, the value of your claim, and the strength of evidence.

What Is a Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Charge?

Many people believe that assault accusations are not as serious if they stem from a domestic dispute. However, this is not the case, as the law takes violence against family or household members very seriously. 

If you are accused of domestic violence in Arizona, is it a misdemeanor or felony?

Arizona Lane Filtering Laws

Posted On February 15, 2024 I Arizona Laws,Motorcycle Accidents

In 2022, legislators passed a new law in Arizona that permits motorcyclists to lane filter for the first time. Within certain parameters, two-wheeled motorcycles can now drive on the line between two lanes of same-direction traffic to pass stopped vehicles. Lane filtering must be done safely, prudently and within the confines of Arizona law.

Arizona Emergency Vehicle Laws

Posted On February 7, 2024 I Arizona Laws

Emergency vehicles are defined as those used by law enforcement, medical technicians, fire departments and other authorized emergency personnel. In Arizona, there are laws in place to help facilitate the movement of an emergency vehicle through traffic to better serve those in need of their services, as well as to prevent roadside accidents involving parked emergency vehicles.

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