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Trafficking Stolen Property in AZ: ARS 13-2307

Trafficking Stolen Property in AZ: ARS 13-2307

In the state of Arizona, trafficking stolen property is a serious offense under ARS 13-2307. This statute pertains to the act of knowingly trafficking in or receiving stolen property that belongs to another individual. Anyone found in possession of stolen property or involved in the sale or exchange of such items is guilty of this crime and could face significant consequences.The penalties for trafficking stolen property in Arizona can include hefty fines and even years in prison.

First and Second-Degree Murder in Arizona: What’s the Difference

First and Second-Degree Murder in Arizona: What’s the Difference

If you find yourself facing homicide charges in Arizona, it’s important to understand the differences between first and second-degree murder. In Arizona, first-degree murder is considered a class 1 felony and occurs when someone intentionally and with premeditation kills another person. This offense carries a severe punishment of life in prison without the possibility of parole or punishable by death.On the other hand, second-degree murder involves intentionally causing the death of another person without premeditation, and is punishable by up to 22 years in prison.

Filing Taxes During a Divorce in Arizona

Filing Taxes During a Divorce in Arizona

Once a divorce is finalized, each individual is considered unmarried for the entire tax year if the divorce is completed by December 31. The individuals must then file as “Single” or, if they qualify, “Head of Household.” Filing as “Head of Household” offers several benefits over the “Single” status, such as lower tax rates and a higher standard deduction. To qualify for “Head of Household” status, you must have paid more than half of the household expenses for the year and have a qualifying dependent live with you for more than half the year.

Useful Defense Strategies for a Domestic Violence Charge in AZ

Useful Defense Strategies for a Domestic Violence Charge in AZ

Facing domestic violence charges? The team at Colburn Hintze Maletta has a solid track record of securing favorable outcomes, such as getting domestic violence assault charges dismissed. Their success stories reflect their expertise in crafting strong defenses and their dedication to their clients’ rights.Understanding the complexity and sensitivity of domestic violence cases, Colburn Hintze Maletta offers a free and confidential initial consultation. This session allows you to discuss your case with an experienced criminal defense attorney, explore potential defense strategies, and learn how the firm can help you navigate through the legal process.

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