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Medication Error Malpractice

What Is a Medication Error? According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, a medication error is “any preventable event that may cause or lead to inappropriate medication use or patient harm while the medication is in the control of the health care professional, patient, or consumer.” Such errors are among the most common causes […]

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Sexual Assault

Also known as ‘rape’, this crime is committed when a person engages in oral sexual contact or sexual intercourse without the permission of the other individual. This is one of the most serious sex crimes in Arizona and can lead to decades in prison in certain cases.

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Ambien DUI

How Ambien Puts You Under the Influence

Ambien, also known by its generic name, Zolpidem, acts as a central nervous system (CNS) depressant. When you take Ambien, your brain activity slows down, allowing insomnia sufferers to get some much needed sleep. However, drugs that act as CNS depressants can have some serious side effects in regard to your memory and motor function. […]

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Is Burglary the Same as Theft?

While there may be an element of theft involved in a burglary, Arizona state law does not use the terms interchangeably. Burglary can simply involve unlawful entry of a commercial or residential structure without actually stealing any possessions. Theft, on the other hand, must involve the actual taking of property. Burglary relates specifically to buildings, […]

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Indecent Exposure

This relates to a person who exposes his/her genitals or anus and when a female exposes the nipple or areola of her breast in the presence of another person without regard for how that individual perceives the act. If the person who witnessed the crime is under the age of 15, the defendant can be […]

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What Are the Common Defenses for Burglary?

A skilled team of attorneys has an array of possible defenses, depending on the circumstances of the case. For example, it could be proven that you were lawfully entitled to enter the premises. Another defense is to show you had no intention of committing a crime; you may have mistakenly entered the wrong building, or […]

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Are There Other Assault Charges?

Yes. Threatening or intimidating someone also falls under the assault umbrella in the state of Arizona. If you threaten to harm someone or their property, you could be charged with a class 1 misdemeanor. If this threat relates to gang recruitment or activity, you can be charged with a class 3 felony, which has a […]

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burglary tools

What Are the Tools of Burglary?

If you are caught with the tools of burglary, the prosecution will try to prove you had intent to commit the crime. These tools can include a pry bar to force open locks or a master key that helps you unlock doors. It is possible to be sent to prison when found in possession of […]

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burglary penalties

What Are the Penalties for a Burglary Conviction?

None of the classifications are minor charges, as they are all considered felonies. Third-degree burglary is a class 4 felony with a minimum 18-month jail term. Second-degree burglary is a class 3 felony with a minimum 30-month jail term. First-degree burglary is a class 2 felony with a minimum sentence of four years when committed […]

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