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  • Alcohol Sensor Bracelets for DUI Offenders

    A new trend in Arizona is courts ordering the use of alcohol sensor bracelets, as recently sported by actress Lindsey Lohan, to monitor a person's alcohol consumption. The bracelet is being ordered in drunk driving and other alcohol-related cases. The bracelet measures an individ...

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  • When are Minors Treated as Adults?

    Juveniles Charged As Adults The question of whether minors should be treated as adults has been a debatable issue for many years. Research shows that a persons brain is not fully developed until age 21, and as a consequence a juvenile may have poor impulse control and the inabili...

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  • Does Lifetime Probation Mean Lifetime?

    All juveniles, adults and juveniles charged as adults who are placed on lifetime probation can petition the court to have their lifetime probation terminated. Juveniles and juveniles charged as adults may receive the benefit of their records being destroyed and expunged. Probati...

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  • Juvenile Expungement or Destruction of Juvenile Record

    If your case, or your son or daughters case, has been processed in the juvenile system, whether it be by adjudication or diversion, make sure to apply to have the adjudication set aside and the Juvenile Record destroyed. In Arizona, Juvenile Records are open to public records req...

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  • Motion to Set Aside Conviction – Restore Rights

    If an adult is convicted of a criminal offense, he or she may motion the court to set aside the conviction. If successful, the person is released from all penalties and disabilities resulting from the conviction except those imposed by the department of transportation and other l...

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  • True Expungement in Arizona?

    Over the years I have heard many disseminate false information about expungement in Arizona. There is true expungement in Arizona under limited circumstances. And for those that dont fit into those limited circumstances, there are other options such as filing a motion to set asid...

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  • When is Speeding Criminal?

    Excessive speed or criminal speed is a class 3 misdemeanor carrying a maximum penalty of 30 days in jail and up to a $500 fine. So when does your lead foot take you from a civil traffic citation to a crime? Under a couple of circumstances: (1) Exceeding 85mph anywhere in this sta...

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  • DUI Warrant / Arrest

    The Sheriff is looking for people who have active warrants in order to get them off the street prior to the holiday weekend. You can check to see if you have an active warrant here. If you have an outstanding warrant for a DUI or any crime it is important to hire an attorney to...

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  • Juvenile Sexting a New Crime in July 2010

    New Sexting Bill Signed in Arizona Governor Brewer signed into law Senate Bill 1266 which makes sexting among juveniles a misdemeanor or petty offense depending on the circumstances. Juvenile sexting in Arizona is technically child pornography and can still be prosecuted as such....

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  • SEXting in Arizona can be Child Porn

    A Warning to Arizona Sex Offenders Arizona sexting has become a major problem lately and the state is cracking down on offenders. I thus, must issue a warning to all parents and youth. If you via mobile phone or any other means: record, film, photograph, develop or duplicate, di...

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