We want to express our sincere concern for everyone who has been impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19). Lerner and Rowe is committed to the health and safety of our staff, colleagues, and clients. While there is much concern and uncertainty around this virus and its path through our state and around the world, we are […]
Depending on the type of probation you’re serving, you may or may not be able to leave the country (or the state) while on probation. Always check with your probation officer and lawyer before traveling.
Arizona bench warrants are often issued following a missed court date in Arizona, failure to comply with a judge’s requirements, violating court rules, or otherwise being found in contempt of court. Bench warrants can also be issued for failing to pay child support, attend jury duty, or testify as a witness in a trial. Arizona […]
Filing for bankruptcy is a difficult decision, but sometimes it’s the best or only way to get out of a precarious financial situation. Unfortunately, tough times can strike again and a person might not have a choice but to file for bankruptcy again. Some people are unaware of the rules regarding multiple bankruptcy filings and […]
If you’re pulled over on suspicion of DUI, your behavior and the actions you take in front of law enforcement officers can have a big impact on whether or not you’ll be charged and convicted of driving under the influence. Police officers commonly employ field sobriety tests and breathalyzer tests to try to prove that […]
Some people are confused by the various legal blood alcohol levels in Arizona, how they’re determined, and what they mean. Understanding the basics of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) could go a long way in helping you avoid a serious charge in a zero-tolerance state, like Arizona. With that in mind, Lerner and Rowe Law Group’s […]
As of 2019, there was over $1.5 trillion in student loan debt in the United States. 1 in 3 adults between the ages of 25 and 34 are saddled with student loans and, overall, 1 in 6 Americans over the age of 18 have taken out loans to pay for school. Although the number of […]
Voted Best of Our Valley Phoenix Law Firm for Criminal Defense & Bankruptcy for 5th Year in a Row! For the fifth year in a row, we are pleased to announce that our Phoenix criminal defense and bankruptcy legal teams were voted “Best of Our Valley” in AZ Foothill Magazine’s online reader’s poll contest. It […]
Mandatory Jail for a DUI in Arizona? A primary concern for anyone arrested for DUI is whether they will have to go to jail. There isn’t a simple answer to that question. The maximum amount of time someone can be sentenced to serve in jail for a misdemeanor DUI is six months in Arizona. However, […]
A study commissioned by the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office may lead to harsher sentences for juveniles convicted of a crime in Arizona.