Revenge Porn Law in Arizona

Revenge Porn Law in Arizona

In our meme-burning culture, the comedic nature of the internet’s newest hot format, Adam Levine of Maroon 5’s leaked flirty messages to a bunch of women who aren’t his supermodel wife, ran out very quickly against the possible moral implications: is it okay to poke fun at something that no one was meant to see?…

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Adultery Law in Arizona

It really is incredible the things you can learn in law, even after 10 years of study and practice. Generally when it comes to cheating significant others, I think a lot of people who have been there have wished they could do something about it. I know I’ve seen my fair share of cases where…

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Filming the Police in Arizona

Filming Police in Arizona Law

With the end of his last legislative session, Doug Ducey signed off on over 100 bills that will prove to provide sweeping changes for Arizona’s legal landscape in the years to come. However, a couple of bills with direct changes to how the public can interact with the police in the state have made both…

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Abortion Rights in Arizona

Following last week’s SCOTUS decision on abortion, the federal precedent set by Roe v. Wade has been invalidated and abortion is now a states-rights issue. Earlier this year, Doug Ducey signed SB 1164, which would create what’s known as a 15-week abortion ban, and we’ll jump into that shortly. However, yesterday Attorney General Mark Brnovich…

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Felony Gun Rights

Felony Gun Rights in Arizona

With all the recent media attention on mass shootings throughout the United States and another impending gun rights debate, you may be wondering what your rights are with regards to becoming or staying armed. While the right to bear arms is a federally protected right, there are some situations in Arizona in which that right…

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Abortion Laws

Supreme Court of the United States

With the unprecedented leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion that, as it stands, will undo the decision of Roe v. Wade and remove federal protections for abortion rights in the United States, it seems that now is a good time to spread actual information as to what your rights are regarding abortion in the…

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Probation Felonies

Probation Felonies

When it comes to the language of the law, most people like to toss around the term “legalese.” The law truly does have its own language. If the law were a language, though, it would be more like German than like French: it’s harsh, even when you’re trying to say something nice. For instance, “breakfast”…

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What to Do if You’re Struggling with Drugs or Alcohol (Or Both)

Drug and Alcohol Addiction

We’ve talked a lot on this blog about different defenses for cases involving possession of drugs and alcohol, or charges that stem from crimes committed when under the influence of one, the other, or both. On occasion, these crimes are the result of poor planning or poor decision making when under the influence, but sometimes…

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Can You Drink During an Uber Ride?

With gas prices going up and no end in sight, you probably wish you could use someone else’s car to get from place to place. Thanks to companies like Uber and Lyft, that’s actually… not a bad idea. We’ve talked about it before in DUI articles, but using a rideshare company to get you from…

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