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Arizona Bail, Bonds, and Hearings – How The Process Works

Arizona Bail, Bonds, and Hearings – How The Process Works

In Arizona, the nature of the alleged crime and one’s prior record play pivotal roles in determining their bail status. Upon release on bail, it’s essential to understand that one’s liberty is not absolute. In line with ensuring public safety and your attendance at trial, the judge sets specific terms that you must adhere to. Every bail or bond condition is tailored to the nuances of an individual’s situation. Contact a criminal defense attorney at CHM Law today.

Navigating DUI Testing in Arizona: Preliminary Breath Test vs. Implied Consent Tests

Navigating DUI Testing in Arizona: Preliminary Breath Test vs. Implied Consent Tests

Accuracy is a key factor when discussing the Preliminary Breath Test (PBT) and Implied Consent Tests. Each of these tests has different levels of precision, which can significantly influence the results and their interpretation in court. With so much at stake, having a knowledgeable DUI defense lawyer from Colburn Hintze Maletta can be crucial. Our experienced lawyers can challenge the validity of the tests and work towards a fair outcome.

How Does Summer Break Impact Child Custody?

How Does Summer Break Impact Child Custody?

Summer break is an exciting time for kids, full of potential for relaxation, exploration, and quality time with family. However, for divorced or separated parents, this period can introduce multiple complex issues related to child custody. From understanding Arizona’s child custody laws to navigating the potential impacts on child support payments, there’s a lot of information parents should know themselves to ensure their child’s best interests.

Driving Under the Influence of THC versus CBD- Understanding the Legal Implications and Differences

Driving Under the Influence of THC versus CBD- Understanding the Legal Implications and Differences

In Arizona, marijuana is legal for recreational use, but it’s still important to remember that driving under the influence of marijuana is illegal. CBD (Cannabidiol) and THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) are compounds found in cannabis. However, their effects on the human body and their legal status, especially when it comes to driving under the influence, are notably different.

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