How to Petition for Early Probation Termination in Arizona

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Probation is a common sentencing outcome for many criminal convictions, from misdemeanors to felonies. You may serve time in jail or prison prior to your probation, or probation may be your only punishment. Depending on the severity of the crime, Arizona probation rules can be particularly stringent or long-lasting and may limit your ability to […]

What Happens After a First Time DUI Offense in Arizona?

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When you’ve never been in trouble with the law before, the prospect of facing a DUI charge in Arizona can be terrifying. You probably have many questions and concerns about what will happen to your driving privileges, your criminal record, and whether or not you’ll go to jail if you’re convicted of driving under the […]

Winner of New Times Magazine’s Annual Readers’ Choice Best of Phoenix Contest

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Lerner and Rowe Law Group Voted Best DUI Attorney We are proud to announce that our Phoenix DUI criminal defense attorneys were voted Best of Phoenix in New Times Magazine’s 2020 readers’ choice contest. It is an honor for our legal team to be recognized once again for being among the best legal service providers in […]

Do You Have a Warrant in Arizona? 5 Ways to Find Out

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If you think you may have a warrant in Arizona, it’s crucial that you find out for sure. The legal consequences of having a bench warrant or arrest warrant issued against you can be serious, so time is of the essence. If any of the following apply to you, you may have a warrant: You […]

Arizona Underage Drinking Laws

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Despite laws in all 50 states against underage drinking, it still remains a serious problem across the country. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that “people aged 12 to 20 years drink 11% of all alcohol consumed in the U.S.” This might surprise many parents. Strict Arizona underage drinking laws attempt […]

10 Tips to Prevent a Labor Day DUI in Phoenix

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Labor Day, the first Monday in September, traditionally marks the end of summer with a long, laidback holiday weekend—a weekend that may include camping, boating, cookouts, and maybe drinking a few too many brews. Because of its celebratory nature, this holiday also historically sees an escalation of drunk driving arrests, making it one of the […]

How to Stop Automatic Payments From Your Bank Account

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Prior to the tumultuous financial COVID-19 hardships that many now face because of job loss, cutbacks, and other employment setbacks, setting up automatic payments may have seemed like a convenient way to pay for recurring bills. Now, however, that convenience can be more of a hassle if you are struggling to make ends meet.  Did […]

FAQ Regarding Weird Arizona DUI Laws

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Arizona is known for having some of the strictest DUI laws in the country. The state’s zero tolerance policy also means that you should be aware of any odd laws that may surprisingly result in a DUI arrest. For example, can you get a DUI while riding a horse intoxicated? Is there a law against […]

Consequences for Failure to Appear for Court in Arizona

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Failure to appear for your court date in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, or any other Arizona city, can result in serious repercussions. The severity of these penalties differs according to each unique situation. That is why you should avoid missing your court date in Arizona at all costs, even during the current COVID-19 restrictions.  A […]

Criminal Consequences of Violating Coronavirus Business Restrictions

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It’s been nearly four months since Arizona Governor Doug Ducey declared a public health emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic, ultimately shuttering non-essential businesses throughout the state and leading to a significant increase in unemployment rates. Residents were ecstatic to get back to work and their social lives when the stay-at-home order was lifted in […]