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January 2016 Archives

Plan your defense strategy carefully when you are facing a felony

In our prior two blog posts, we discussed misdemeanor charges. Those charges aren't as severe as felony charges. Anyone who is facing a felony charge is facing the very real prospect of spending time in prison or on probation if they are convicted of the crime with which they are being charged. We know that trying to figure out the criminal justice system, especially if it is your first time going through the system, can be difficult.

Misdemeanors aren't as serious as felonies, but must be defended

In our prior blog post, we discussed how there is a bill being considered that would make it a misdemeanor to record video of police officers who are doing their job duties if you are within 20 feet of the officer. That might have some people wondering exactly what it means to be charged with a misdemeanor.

Filming police officers would be restricted if bill passes

When you watch the news these days, even if you only check for current events on the Internet, you likely see that stories about people and police interactions are common. In many cases, citizens are the ones who are filming these interactions with cellphones or other devices. If one lawmaker in Arizona has it his way, there will soon be restrictions on filming police officers.


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