Felonies

Under normal circumstances, a juvenile defendant under the age of 18 is sent to juvenile court for their crimes. However, a juvenile charged with felony crimes may find themselves being treated as an adult with adult-level penalties.  For example, let’s say a gang initiates three 15-year-old...

In our last blog post, we discussed a well-known clause in our U.S. Constitution’s Fifth Amendment that pertains to your right against self-incrimination. In today’s blog post we’ll highlight another part of our constitution, the phrase due process. These two little words actually appear in...

Capital punishment, or the death penalty, is a polarizing legal issue in our nation. And it’s extremely relevant to citizens of the Grand Canyon State, as we are one of 31 States in the US where the death penalty is still legal. On three separate...