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You online actions can lead to serious criminal charges

The Internet has opened up a world of possibilities to most people. You can access websites on a computer or any web-enabled device. For most people, checking Facebook and other social media and playing games take up the majority of their time online. For others, there are much darker activities that they engage in while online. All of these activities can lead to criminal charges, so make sure you avoid them while surfing the Web.

What are the penalties for violating the implied consent law?

Arizona law enforcement officers are legally able to stop a vehicle if they have reason to believe that the driver is drunk. When they initiate a traffic stop for that reason, they might ask the driver to take a field sobriety test. In some cases, the officer might ask the driver to submit to a breath test or chemical test. At that point, the concept of implied consent comes into the picture.

Felony theft charge leads to mayor's recall election and job loss

People who hold certain positions are in control of large amounts of money and assets of corporations, municipalities and other entities. These people are in a trusted position and must ensure they properly care for the things they are controlling. When dishonesty occurs or assets come up missing, it is possible that the person in charge of them will face criminal charges. That is what happened in the Town of Superior.

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