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December 11, 2013

You Have Been Accused of Harassment or Cyberbullying – Now What?

Filed under: Defense Lawyer — admin @ 9:32 am

If you have been accused of cyberbullying or harassment but feel that you didn’t actually partake in these acts, what should you do? Like most people, your first thought may be to find an experienced criminal lawyer that will hear you out and represent you in the best way possible. However, to genuinely understand the […]

April 16, 2013

Expunging Your Conviction in Arizona

Having a criminal record makes the future after a conviction difficult, limiting your opportunities and affecting your life for years, even after having corrected your mistake. Employers and landlords may deny someone with a criminal record leaving returning to your normal life an uphill battle. Luckily, in many cases convictions can be expunged from record […]

September 13, 2010

Arizona’s Zero-Tolerance Meth Policy

Filed under: Arizona Criminal Law,Defense Lawyer,Meth — Josh Blumenreich @ 5:25 pm

Drug charges are, of course, very serious matters in Arizona. But drug charges involving methamphetamines are particularly severe. Arizona has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to possessing, manufacturing, transporting or selling meth and many task forces in place to enforce this policy. A conviction on a meth charge, a felony in Arizona, can result […]

September 9, 2010

Arizona DUIs: What You Need to Know

Filed under: Defense Lawyer,DUI,DWI — Josh Blumenreich @ 1:02 pm

According to statistics released by the Arizona Governor’s Office, there were more than 14,000 DUI (driving under the influence) arrests in Arizona in 2009. Of those arrests, more than 900 involved motorists with blood-alcohol contents (BAC) greater than .15, considered an extreme DUI under state law.  In Arizona, a DUI conviction can result in severe […]

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