While some states do allow for the complete erasure of a criminal record (a process known as expungement), Arizona does not. Arizona's remedy is known as a motion to set aside judgement.
A set aside will not erase a conviction from an individual's criminal record, but it will indicate that the charges were dismissed.
A set aside shows…
In the November 2016 election season, Arizona voters approved Proposition 206, known as the Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act. This voter-backed initiative changed Arizona's sick leave law once it took effect on July 1, 2017.
Here are a few of the most important changes to keep in mind regarding Arizona sick time law.
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If you have been arrested, police must read you your Miranda rights. It’s important to fully understand your rights after you have been arrested, so that you don’t make the situation worse.
Each U.S. jurisdiction has its own regulations, but the general warning is:
You have the right to remain silent and refuse to answer questions. Anything you say may be used against you in a…
Class 6 is the final class of felonies in Arizona. They can be split into two groups: Dangerous and Non-Dangerous. The presumptive sentence for a first time offender found guilty of a Class 6 Felony is 1 year. If you are found guilty of a dangerous Class 5 felony, you will not be eligible for probation. Class 6 is the final class of felonies in Arizona. They can be split into two groups: …Continue