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What is the Age of Consent in Arizona?

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The age of consent is a key legal concept that defines the minimum age at which an individual is legally considered capable of giving informed consent to engage in sexual activities. In Arizona, the age of consent is an important legal boundary that is designed to protect minors from sexual…

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How long does a DUI stay on your record in Arizona?

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After being charged with drunk driving, you may have serious concerns about how a conviction will impact your life and how long a DUI stays on your record in Arizona. Not only could you be facing criminal penalties associated with a guilty verdict, but your criminal record will reflect your…

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Does Arizona have a Romeo and Juliet Law?

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Romeo and Juliet Law Arizona Statutory rape, like any form of rape or sexual assault, is one of the most severe types of sex crime you can be charged with. Although statutory rape does not always involve allegations of forced or nonconsensual sexual contact, it does include accusations of sexual…

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Are Psilocybin Mushrooms Illegal in Arizona?

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Psilocybin mushrooms, commonly referred to as "magic mushrooms," have attracted widespread attention recently. Although psilocybin is still considered a dangerous drug under Arizona law and getting caught with it can result in serious drug trafficking charges, a new bill might change all that. In this post, we will discuss the…

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How to get domestic violence charges dropped in Arizona?

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You are at home, an argument escalates, and the next thing you know, you are being charged with domestic violence. Whether it’s from a heated argument, a misunderstanding, or a false accusation, suddenly you are facing a legal battle that can wreak havoc on your reputation. Remember, a charge is…

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H&H ATTORNEYS JOSH HAMILTON AND CAROL LAMOUREUX FEATURED ON THE “VIOLATION” PODCAST AND NPR’s HERE & NOW PROGRAM

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WBUR, Boston’s NPR and The Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization focused generally on criminal justice, produced a new podcast, “Violation.” The podcast episodes began streaming online in March of 2023, and all 6 episodes are available for listening now. It focuses on the case of Jacob Wideman, who was…

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