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A Brief Overview of Plea Bargains in Arizona Plea bargains, also known as plea agreements, are a tool used by prosecutors to obtain convictions voluntarily in exchange for lighter charges and or sentences for the defendant. They are incredibly popular, estimates of the percentage of criminal cases that result in a

Fentanyl is an opioid drug usually prepared in pill or powder form which has grown massively in popularity in the United States in recent years. It has legitimate medical uses, but has become associated with recreational use. Unfortunately, fentanyl is often deadly, with AZDHS statistics pointing to the fact that

Actual vs Constructive Possession: What is the difference? The law recognizes different types of possession.  “Actual possession” means the defendant knowingly had direct physical control over an object.  “Constructive possession” means the defendant, although not actually possessing an object, knowingly exercised dominion or control over it, either acting alone or through another person.