Defending Against Vehicular Manslaughter Charges

What are the penalties if I am convicted of vehicular manslaughter?

When you drive a car, you are operating over 4,000 pounds of solid steel and aluminum.  If your car collides with another vehicle or a pedestrian, the result can be catastrophic.  Nearly 40,000 people are killed in car accidents each year.  At...

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Is Wiretapping Illegal in Arizona?

You may have seen it in movies where the police listen in on the conversation between two people for the purpose of finding out more information. Usually, they obtain permission from one party to do so. This is called wiretapping. 

One-Party Consent

Arizona has a wiretapping law, which only requires one-party consent....

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Drones Used for Committing and Solving Crimes

Drones, a type of unmanned aerial vehicle that is controlled remotely, have been utilized for so many purposes. But while about 1.5 million commercial and recreational drones have been registered in the U.S. with the Federal Aviation Administration and widely used by the public over the last five years, it’s not always...

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Social Media Crimes

In this constantly evolving age of technology, social media has become an ordinary part of our everyday lives. They allow people to connect, reconnect, and share information from all corners of the world. People very freely share information, pictures, and other private and personal things. But sometimes people share too much. That...

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What to Know About Cyberbullying in Arizona

Unfortunately, bullying has become commonplace for most children – and even some adults. But if that isn’t bad enough, the advent of new technology and an ever-changing online landscape, cyberbullying has also continued to see an increase.

What is cyberbullying?

In the state of Arizona, both bullying and cyberbullying are referred to...

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