Guide to CDL Violations in Arizona

Getting a CDL (commercial driver’s license) in Arizona requires that you pass certain tests that are based on skills and knowledge. There are also three different classifications that require specific CDL licenses. Such specific testing is in place because handling large vehicles is inherently more dangerous than driving a standard car, especially if the truck…

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When Can Police Search Vehicles Without A Warrant?

On January 9th, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court heard two cases about when police are allowed to search vehicles. As of this writing, they haven’t reached a decision.   Vehicle Searches with Probable Cause  In 1925, police were authorized to search vehicles without a warrant if they had probable cause, or reason to believe a criminal…

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Proving Innocence After Conviction

It’s extremely difficult to have a conviction overturned once you have been convicted, which is why it’s so vital that you obtain the services of a high-quality lawyer if you are facing a potential prison sentence. One such example of the difficulties of having a conviction overturned is the case of Benjamine Spencer. The case…

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List of Common Holiday Criminal Charges

The holiday season can be stressful, which may be why certain types of arrests tend to occur more during this period than any other time of the year. The most common arrests during the holiday season are for DUIs, shoplifting and identity theft. Crimes During the Holiday Season DUIs tend to happen most often during the…

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Avoid Trespassing Charges This Halloween

Halloween is considered by many to be one of the most enjoyable holidays of the year. Everyone can participate, no matter what their religion is. While younger kids will look forward to trick or treating, older kids and even some adults may be tempted to sneak into old abandoned homes and buildings in pursuit of…

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