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6 Tips What to Do if Stopped for DUI

6 Tips What to Do if Stopped for DUI

Here’s your step-by-step guide if you’re stopped for DUI to making it through that traffic stop, limiting the information the State can use against you, and protecting your rights. Quickly and Safely Stop Your Vehicle. What to Say and When to Keep Silent. What about the Field Sobriety Tests? Breath and Blood Tests. Your Miranda Rights and Police Interview / Questioning.

Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm & Arizona Shannon’s Law

Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm & Arizona Shannon’s Law

Unlawful discharge of a firearm is sometimes referred to as Arizona’s Shannon’s Law or simply Shannon’s Law. The name “Shannon’s Law” was settled upon after teenager Shannon Smith was struck with a stray bullet. She was in the backyard of her Phoenix home when the incident took place. Unfortunately, Shannon, who was just 14 years old at that time, was fatally struck by the stray bullet.

How the Arizona DCS can Impact Child Custody in a Divorce

How the Arizona DCS can Impact Child Custody in a Divorce

Children have a right to be safe. When parents and guardians fail to reasonably protect children, the state government may get involved. In Arizona, the responsibility lies on the Arizona Department of Child Safety (DCS).

If you are a parent under investigation by the Arizona Department of Child Safety, you may wonder what authority they have over you and your rights.

We cover what Arizona Protective Services can and cannot do.

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