Self-Defense in Arizona

Posted On February 15, 2022 I Criminal Defense

Self-defense means that someone is justified in the use of force or threats against another person due to the reasonable belief that he or she is in imminent danger of bodily harm. If you had to use force against someone in Arizona – including the use of a firearm or another deadly weapon – in self-defense, you may find yourself in a difficult legal situation, even if you believe you were justified in using the force.

Should I Wait to Receive My Charges Before Hiring an Attorney?

Posted On January 7, 2022 I Criminal Defense

If you get arrested in Arizona, hiring a criminal defense lawyer is the best way to protect your legal rights. An experienced criminal defense attorney can work to minimize the effects of the arrest on your life and future. What many people don’t realize is that it is possible – and beneficial – to hire an attorney even before they receive any charges.

Prop 207: Expunging Marijuana Convictions in Arizona

Posted On October 13, 2021 I Criminal Defense

Recreational marijuana is now legal in the State of Arizona, after the passing of Proposition 207 in November 2020. This was a history-making law for Arizona that decriminalized the use of cannabis – with certain restrictions – for people 21 and over.

My Child Was Arrested, Now What?

Posted On September 27, 2021 I Criminal Defense

Learning that your child has been arrested is a phone call that no parent wants to receive. If you find yourself in this position, it is critical to understand how to react and what to do next. Taking the wrong steps or giving the wrong advice to your child could have a significant impact on his or her future.

Marijuana Cultivation and Distribution Laws in Arizona

Posted On September 23, 2021 I Criminal Defense,Drug Charges

Marijuana laws are confusing and constantly changing throughout the U.S. Arizona is one of several states that recently changed its marijuana laws. It legalized the cultivation, purchase, possession and use of recreational marijuana in November 2020. Here is an updated explanation of all of Arizona’s current marijuana cultivation and distribution laws.

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