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What Happens When You Get Arrested?

April 19, 2021
The arrest is only the first step in a lengthy criminal justice process. After you get arrested, many different things happen in the prosecutor’s attempt to resolve the criminal case. Understanding the basic steps of a criminal case after an arrest can help ease your mind as a defendant. It can also enable you...
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How Are Criminal Charges Filed?

April 1, 2021
Getting arrested is not the same as having criminal charges filed against you. These are two separate processes, and one does not necessarily always lead to the other. Learn about the different ways criminal charges are filed in Arizona. If you or a loved one has recently been arrested in Arizona, discuss your specific...
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What Are Punitive Damages?

March 31, 2021
Punitive damages are an additional financial award granted to plaintiffs in personal injury claims that involve defendants who are guilty of particularly egregious or wrongful acts. Punitive damages are not awarded in every personal injury case, or even in most cases. A judge in Arizona may grant a punitive damage award, however, if the...
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What Are Compensatory Damages?

March 17, 2021
If someone else in Arizona carelessly caused your injury, you may be entitled to what the law calls damages. In legalese, this word refers to a sum of money owed to you by a defendant (at-fault party) for causing your injury. There are two central categories of damages: compensatory and punitive. Compensatory damages are...
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What Happens in a Personal Injury Trial?

March 10, 2021
A personal injury trial is an official legal process with many specific steps and procedures that must be fulfilled. Although every case is unique, all personal injury trials in the State of Arizona follow the same basic outline. Learning what happens in a personal injury trial can help prepare you and your family for...
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