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Defense Strategies for DUI in Arizona If you have been pulled over and charged with a DUI in Arizona, you have the right to defend yourself and your actions in a court of law. When pursuing a DUI charge, the prosecution must prove that you were driving a vehicle while under the influence of drugs […]Continue reading
Do You Understand Arizona Car Insurance Requirements? Car insurance is designed to protect you financially in the event of an automobile accident, regardless of fault. As a policyholder, you pay an insurance premium to receive the coverage outlined in your policy agreement. In addition to requiring vehicle registration and titling, the state of Arizona also […]Continue reading
Auto Injury Cases and an Expert Witness All personal injury cases involve issues of proof, liability, damages and evidence that require testimony and witnesses from both sides. There are going to be two sides to each story in cases around auto accidents and other personal injury claims, and having an expert witness is the best […]Continue reading
Over the last 10 years, there has been an increase in drug-related DUI’s in Arizona. Even if you don’t have alcohol in your system, you can still be charged with a DUI if there are drugs or controlled substances in your system. This kind of DUI can apply to a person being under the influence […]Continue reading
Hit by an Uninsured Driver? Every state has laws mandating that all drivers carry insurance with a minimum of liability coverage to provide compensation for the other driver’s vehicle damage and injuries following an accident. Unfortunately, laws are not always followed, and collisions do take place where one driver may not have insurance, meaning that […]Continue reading
Arizona Child Support There are a lot of misconceptions about child support in divorce cases. Either parent may be required to pay their share of the child rearing expense. It is not always the mother who receives child support payments. Support is awarded based on a variety of criteria this can include: the income of […]Continue reading