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Solicitation of Prostitution

This relates to anyone who offers either money or something else of value as a means of getting someone to engage in a sexual act with them. Typically, you can expect to receive a mandatory prison sentence of 15 days if found guilty of a first offence.

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Public Sexual Indecency

This occurs when a person intentionally engages in sexual contact , bestiality or oral sexual contact in the presence of another individual in a manner which suggests the defendant is reckless about whether the other party is alarmed or offended by this act. If the witness is under the age of 15, this crime is […]

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The Risks of DUI Without Driving

In many states, those accused of driving under the influence can face severe legal penalties. For most individuals, being accused of driving under the influence usually conjures up the notion that driving a vehicle must be involved. However, like many states, Arizona has altered its DUI laws. Now, to be guilty of a DUI, you […]

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What Are the Possible Penalties for Assault?

There is a class 1, class 2, and class 3 misdemeanor assault charge with punishments ranging from one to six months in prison and fines ranging from $500 to $2,500. Typically, aggravated assault results in a class 3 felony charge and could lead to a minimum prison sentence of five years, though this could rise […]

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What Are the Classifications of Burglary in Arizona?

Burglary is given one of three classifications in Arizona: Third-degree: unlawful entry into nonresidential structures, fenced-in areas, or vehicles (with the tools of burglary) with the intent to commit a theft or felony. Second-degree: unlawful entry into residential structures with the goal of theft or committing a felony. First-degree: either of the above classifications when […]

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The Dangers of Misdiagnosis

Receiving medical care from a medical professional is meant to be a safe and positive experience. However, according to the National Center for Policy Analysis, an estimated 10 to 20 percent of cases are misdiagnosed, and a large percentage of these diagnostic errors are life-threatening. Another common problem is delayed diagnosis. Each of these categories […]

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Sexual Conduct With A Minor

This relates to anyone in Arizona who intentionally engages in sexual intercourse or oral sexual contact with any individual under the age of 18. ‘Sexual intercourse’ is defined as anything involving penetration. Sexual conduct with an individual aged 15-17 is deemed to be a class 6 felony while the same charge involving someone under the […]

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When Intimacy Gets Complicated

Victims of sexual assault face devastating consequences for their ordeal. Oftentimes, victims struggle to regain a sense of physical and emotional security, and they can develop a range of disorders and depression. If you or someone you love has been the victim of sexual assault, then understanding how your state treats the crime against you […]

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What Are the Definitions of Assault?

Assault in Arizona is divided into two categories: Misdemeanor assault: Also known as simple assault, this charge requires you to cause physical injury to another individual “recklessly, knowingly, or intentionally;” deliberately place another person in fear or apprehension of physical injury; or deliberately or knowingly touch another individual with the goal of provoking, injuring, or […]

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Arizona Criminal Probation Information & Details

Supervised probation is ordered by judges in Arizona as an alternative to jail time, and it enables the convicted individual to remain within the community. It begins at the end of a prison term and allows the judge to issue a more lenient jail sentence. Supervised probation has three purposes: Ensures public safety. Offers rehabilitation […]

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