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Last month, a state appellate court issued an opinion in an Arizona homicide case discussing whether the lower court properly excluded ..read more
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Recently, a state appellate court issued a written opinion in an Arizona burglary case discussing the defendant’s motion to suppress the ..read more
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In an Arizona criminal trial that is tried before a jury, a defendant cannot be found guilty unless all jurors agree unanimously. Thus, the ..read more
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The Double Jeopardy Clause, contained in the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution, states that no person can be “be subject ..read more
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In 2010, voters approved the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA) by a small margin, making it legal for qualifying patients to obtain ..read more
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Under common law, a burglary was defined as the breaking and entering of a dwelling of another at night with an intent to commit a felony ..read more
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Any experienced Arizona criminal defense attorney knows that not every case can be won. Or, better put, “winning” a case does not ..read more
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Earlier this month, a state appellate court issued an opinion that may have broad implications for Arizona criminal defendants. The case ..read more
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Earlier this year, a state appellate court issued a written opinion in an Arizona gun possession case where the defendant was arrested for ..read more
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As this blog has discussed on numerous occasions, police officers must generally have a warrant to conduct a search. However, there are ..read more

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