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Civil Asset Forfeiture in the News Again

We have written a couple of articles in the last year about civil asset forfeiture. It is a procedure under which the government seizes property allegedly used in connection with criminal activity. Until a year ago, forfeiture in Arizona was utilized where the police...

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Criminal Cases and Statutes of Limitation

Most people have heard of statutes of limitation. For example, in most cases in Arizona you have two years after an accident to file a personal injury lawsuit for damages. But how many people know that these types of statutes – which place limits on how long a case...

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Bombs Found on ASU Campus

A recent report claims that bombs have been found at the Tempe campus of Arizona State University. The bombs were allegedly discovered in one of the school’s residence halls. According to the police, the discovery came after the publication of a social media post...

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Threatening or Aggravated Assault?

In a recent news article, Phoenix police are quoted as saying they are looking for a man who allegedly attempted to steal a cell phone from a Target store. They also claim that after the attempted theft, the suspect pulled out a knife and threatened an employee of the...

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DOJ Targets PPP Loans for Alleged Fraud

The federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was set up under the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act). It was designed to stimulate the economy by providing funding through the Small Business Administration to companies that qualified. As...

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What are the Elements of a Conspiracy in Arizona?

We read on a regular basis about individuals charged with “conspiracy” to commit one offense or another. But just what does that mean? What is a conspiracy? What does the prosecution need to prove in order to obtain a conspiracy conviction? And what is the...

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Restoring Your Right to Vote

If you are convicted of a felony in Arizona, the consequences can include more than prison, fines, and probation. Under A.R.S. 13-904, numerous rights you previously enjoyed as a citizen will be “suspended” as a result of the conviction. Which rights are suspended...

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