Remedies for Non-Payment of Child Support

Scott RowleyChild Support Attorney, Divorce-Family Law Attorney, Scott RowleyLeave a Comment

There are several remedies in Arizona Courts for parents who are not receiving child support that is owed. Recently, the Maricopa County Superior Court has changed some aspects of child support enforcement and is attempting to clear the large number of deadbeat parents from the system. Parents who owe a substantial amount of unpaid support can be found in contempt, … Read More

Traffic Ticket Attorney | Trapped by Old Traffic Fines?

Brian StrongBrian Strong, Criminal Defense Attorney in Arizona, DUI & Traffic Defense AttorneyLeave a Comment

I am a seasoned traffic ticket attorney and everyone needs to know that many years ago, the Arizona legislature decriminalized most traffic offenses. While DUI, Driving on a Suspended License, Reckless Driving and Hit & Run all maintained their misdemeanor criminal status, the majority of Arizona traffic offenses (such as speeding, stop signs and car pool lane violations) became civil … Read More

DUI Defense Attorney | What To Do If Stopped for DUI

Matthew LongCriminal Defense Attorney in Arizona, DUI & Traffic Defense Attorney, Matthew LongLeave a Comment

What to do when a traffic stop turns into a DUI investigation As a DUI defense attorney and a former prosecutor, I’m used to interacting with police officers. Usually those interactions are in court or during a pretrial interview where the attorney is in control. Recently, I was pulled over by police for going 7 miles per hour over the … Read More

Facebook Cited in One Third of Divorce Cases

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A major UK newspaper recently reported that Facebook is cited in one third of divorce filings. Facebook and other social media provide a treasure trove of information, from geo-tagging locations to proving connections between parties. Nothing put on social media is truly private, regardless of your settings. Arizona is a no-fault state, so evidence of infidelity itself is usually not … Read More

DUI Defense Attorney | What If I Don’t Trust the Cops’ Breath or Blood Test?

Brian StrongBrian Strong, Criminal Defense Attorney in Arizona, DUI & Traffic Defense AttorneyLeave a Comment

After twenty-five years as an Arizona DUI defense attorney, I can safely say that my DUI clients have a universal distrust of police breath machines and governmental sample tests. What I cannot figure out is why this massive skepticism has not lead to more independent blood tests. The constitutions of both the United States and the State of Arizona give … Read More

DUI Marijuana Defense – Can I Get a Conviction Overturned?

Brian StrongAZ Marijuana Defense Attorney, Brian Strong, Criminal Defense Attorney in Arizona, DUI & Traffic Defense AttorneyLeave a Comment

As an Arizona DUI marijuana defense attorney, I have fielded numerous inquiries from individuals seeking to have their old DUI – marijuana convictions overturned, set aside or expunged. On April 22, 2014, the Arizona Supreme Court issued a ruling declaring that from that day forward: “Drivers cannot be convicted of the [DUI – marijuana] (A)(3) offense based merely on the … Read More

Don’t show satellite TV unless you’re paying for it!

Nathaniel WadsworthContract Law, Nathaniel WadsworthLeave a Comment

The football season is well under way, new fall television lineups are beginning, and presidential debates are attracting viewers in record numbers. Admit it, you love watching TV. And, if you have a commercial office or store somewhere, you might think it would be a good idea to set up some TV’s in your lobby to make your customers’ experience … Read More

Traffic Defense Attorney | How Often Can I Go to Defensive Driving School?

Brian StrongCriminal Defense Attorney in Arizona, DUI & Traffic Defense Attorney, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

As an Arizona traffic defense attorney, I receive dozens of calls each month from good people who just happen to be on the wrong end of a traffic ticket. Many of these citations are civil in nature and carry no possibility of jail time. That does not mean, however, that they can be ignored. Failure to respond to a civil … Read More

Arizona’s How to Catch a Predator Laws: Are they really catching who they were meant for?

Matthew LongCriminal Defense Attorney in Arizona, Dangerous Crimes Against Children, Matthew Long, Sex CrimesLeave a Comment

When it comes to sexual offenses, Arizona has some of the harshest prison sentences in the country. Recently law enforcement has been investigating, enforcing, and prosecuting crimes such as prostitution, child prostitution, and luring minors for sexual exploitation with greater frequency and ferocity. One of the reasons for the increased enforcement is the increased funding and attention on crimes considered … Read More