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Where Can You Legally Put Surveillance Cameras?

Posted on June 15, 2019 in Attorney Insights

Since the attacks in September 2001, the United States government has spent billions of dollars on security and surveillance cameras. The purpose of these cameras has been to prevent crime, while privacy advocates have created an uproar about the erosion of personal liberty. Surveillance and security cameras are also available on the public level for the same reasons; protection and security. S... Read more

Can You Really Get a DUI for Sleeping in Your Car While Intoxicated?

Posted on June 15, 2019 in Drunk Driving

$44 billion are spent on average every year in alcohol-related traffic accidents. Driving while intoxicated or under the influence results in a DUI in every state, but what if you never actually drive the vehicle? In several states you can get a DUI for sitting in a parked car while intoxicated. This truth surprises many people, but it is the law. In some states, like California, you may only r... Read more

What Are the Different Degrees of Sexual Assault in Arizona?

Posted on May 14, 2019 in Sex Crimes

Sexual assault is a serious crime under Arizona law. If someone receives a charge for sexual assault, he or she will not only face jail sentences and fines, the accused could also suffer damage to their reputation and personal affairs for the rest of his or her life. Under Arizona state law, the courts define sexual assault crimes based on their severity. Each degree of sexual assault involves ... Read more

Is It Legal to Shoot an Intruder?

Posted on May 13, 2019 in Attorney Insights

In your Phoenix home, you expect a certain level of safety, security, and comfort. However, if you face an intruder breaking into your home in the middle of the night, what can you do to defend yourself? Can you legally shoot an intruder in self-defense in the state of Arizona, or will you receive a criminal charge for assault or murder? You have legal protections for self-defense, but you will... Read more

When Does Defending Yourself Become Assault?

Posted on April 23, 2019 in Assault

Generally, every individual has the right to self-defense in the face of an imminent threat of physical harm from another person. Every state has different self-defense laws, and it is essential for everyone to know their states’ laws when it comes to appropriate self-defense, types of self-defense, and what kind of defense is appropriate in a given situation.

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