What Is Considered Reckless Driving in Arizona? How a Simple Mistake Can Turn into Jail Time

The Statute: ARS 28-693 “A. A person who drives a vehicle in reckless disregard for the safety of persons or property is guilty of reckless driving.” The reckless driving statute itself is very vague. Meaning, you could get charged with this class 2 misdemeanor for almost anything an officer considered to be reckless. For example:
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Rape, Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment: What’s the Difference?

Rape, Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment What's the Difference

April is Sexual Assault Awareness month, so Sonoran Law Group will try to contribute to the cause by raising awareness of the certain sexually abusive behaviors from the perspective of criminal law. So, what is the difference between rape and sexual assault? What is sexual harassment? How does the state of Arizona penalize these behaviors?
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Possession of a Controlled Substance: Arizona Drug Possession Laws

Possession of a Controlled Substance Arizona Drug Possession Laws

In Arizona, possession or use of dangerous drugs is punishable by law, and it is a class 4 felony as proscribed by ARS §13-3407. Illegal drugs in Arizona Arizona drug possession laws are very precise and detailed, listing the type and quantity of substances that are considered dangerous, and thus, illegal to possess. State law
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