I had 3 GPS search warrants 12/15 , 1/16, 1/16; then I had 2 regular search warrants. 2/10/2016 2/11/2016 The last 1 was signed by superior court but 3 GPS and 2/10 regular were signed off by a justice court judge. On 2/11/2016 they left copy of t...
There isn't a template motion that can be filed. You need to gather evidence in order to file a suppression motion. The law in this area isn't cut and dry. Public policy has allowed officers more leway in filing return warrants. They don't however allow them to lie under any circumstances. You should consider contacting and retaining an experienced attorney to assist you in this process.See question
And what would the charge be? From my research it looks like one wouldn't even get a desecration of corpse charge. (If it was done at a funeral of course there would be public urination/indecency/exposure charges- this question is assuming ...
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To answer your question it is illegal to desecrate a corpse in every state in the union. I didn't know the exact statute in AZ, but it looks like its covered in ARS 13-2930. Don't forget that urination in public is also illegal at both the state level and the municipal level so that part would be dependent on which city you were in. NO one has to see urination in a public (not a bathroom) place it for it to be a crime. In fact if there were witnesses it could be charged as a sex offense.
I'd say good luck, but I really don't mean it.See question
Arrested but not charged
In Arizona they have 7 years to file felony charges against you. This allegation is likely a felony. Usually they will file between 4-8 months after the arrest because they need the labs back which confirmed the drug is the drug.See question
I recently got stopped by the cop at 12:00 am for a broken license plate. He smell marijuana and search my car. He found a bong,and grinder which contain less .5 gram of marijuana. I failed the sobriety test and I was booked. During the booking pr...
This post was out of Mesa, AZ. If you were arrested in Mesa or your blood was tested in the Mesa crime lab, you should consult with an attorney who is familiar with the Mesa crime lab shenanigans. It is quite possibly one of the worst crime labs in the country and the testing process that they use on MJ DUI cases is horrifying and often outright dishonest.See question
Dui in December. First Dui.
It takes some leg work, but start looking up lawyers on AVVO and elsewhere and scheduling appointments. Make sure that your questions are answered. I would add, that in this field you often get what you pay for, so be wary of attorneys or firms whose price seems too good to be true.See question
My husband developed a bad infection in his hip because he was left in a cell with no medical treatment. After 2 surgeries and spending 1 year in the infermary at LBJ his doctors requested he be released for follow up surgies. He was placed on ho...
The short answer is probably. The concern is that this should have been done at sentencing. However, Arizona case law is pretty clear that home detention is the same as custody. Therefore, he should receive credit for the time served on home detention.See question
This is a convoluted situation. On 1/29/16 I was in a near-fatal accident but I was the only one involved. I was taken to the hospital and the cops showed up way later (after I had been given drugs) to do the alc/drug test. I was not under the inf...
The State has up to 7 years to file felony charges, although there could be problems if they delay for too long without good cause for doing so. The answer to your question depends on some variables that you didn't include, like how many other people were involved in the accident and the severity of their injuries. I would suggest contacting an attorney and seeing if they do free consults. If they do, then set one up with them and see if there is anything that you can be doing proactively now that can help you out down the road.See question
I was charged for a dui but was not arrested, My alcohol level was 0.084. A week later went to the police station got fingerprinted and my picture taken. I have court the following week is it possible that I will be serving time in jail??
In Arizona, there are five punishments for anyone convicted of a DUI. Jail time, fines and fees, alcohol classes, and ignition interlock. How much of each is dependent on a number of variables. You should contact an experienced attorney to fight your DUI charge and see if a non-DUI resolution is possible.See question
No priors... No alcohol in my system just a small amount of drugs in my blood from night before.
Yes. But you'll need a private attorney. I recognize how self serving that sounds, but if you use the Public Defender's office, the Judge will issue a warrant when you aren't available at Court. If you have private counsel and it isn't a felony charge, then the private attorney can stand in your shoes and when they go to court on your behalf it is as if you were there. Call my office if you would like to discuss this more.See question
Hazards were on while truck was broken on side of road. Apparently pupils were dilated instantly instead of help to remove truck off road. I was not driving at time. Admitted to pill ingestion within last dayand was arrested and taken to task forc...
You'll have a pretty strong case, when charges are filed. The State has to prove that you were driving or in actual physical control beyond all reasonable doubt. Your facts are good for challenging that issue. As far as your initial question, you are legally required to participate in all requested FST's, but the consequence for not doing so very minimal and it is often in people's interest to politely decline to do these roadside balancing tricks. If you'd like to talk more about your case, you can call my office and set up a free consultation to discuss your options.See question