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Arizona's legal framework defines resisting arrest under A.R.S. § 13-2508. Resisting arrest involves intentionally preventing an arrest through various means, including using or threatening physical force, creating a substantial risk of physical injury, or engaging in passive resistance. Passive resistance refers to nonviolent actions or failures to act that hinder

Prescription drug crimes in Arizona pose a significant concern, as they contribute to the growing problem of substance abuse and illicit drug activities. The misuse of prescription drugs has become a widespread epidemic across the nation, prompting Arizona legislators to enact measures aimed at apprehending individuals engaged in prescription drug

In Arizona, felonies are classified into various categories based on their severity. A class 6 felony is the least severe of these categories, but can still result in severe punishments. It’s important not to underestimate the effect and consequences of these charges. At The Litwak Law Group, we recognize the gravity

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

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.