Switch to ADA Accessible Theme
Close Menu

Category Archives: Criminal Defense

Courtroom2

Arizona Supreme Court Eliminates The Use Of “Peremptory” Challenges In Jury Trials

By Blumberg & Associates |

Recently, the Arizona Supreme Court eliminated the use of “peremptory” challenges in jury trials. They became the first State in the United States to do so. “Peremptory” challenges gave trial attorneys the ability to “strike” certain potential jurors who seemed to be biased toward the client’s case. The defendant and the State each received… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
DefenseLaw

Penalty For Impersonating A Member Of The Military In Arizona

By Blumberg & Associates |

America’s war heroes are among the most venerated individuals in our society. But what happens if you try to impersonate them? In everyday language, this is sometimes referred to as “stolen valor.” It goes without saying that the general public looks down upon this behavior, but how is it viewed in the eyes of… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
MortgFraud

What is Mortgage Fraud, and What to Do if Facing Accusations

By Blumberg & Associates |

Buying a house is a rewarding and life changing experience for many new and even experienced buyers. With mortgages, however, it is incredibly important to be as scrupulous as possible throughout the whole process, as it is easier than one might think to accidentally commit mortgage fraud. While most crimes are clear in nature… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
CrimDef9

Accused of Soliciting for Prostitution in Arizona? Know Your Rights

By Blumberg & Associates |

Prostitution is a serious crime in the state of Arizona. Not only is it generally frowned up and held with contempt, it is also an area that can connect to much greater issues that can get one into heaps of trouble. It is of the essence to get legal advice promptly or as soon… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Drug3

What Happens When You Are Caught With Dangerous Drugs in Arizona?

By Blumberg & Associates |

Throughout the state of Arizona, the use of illegal drugs is strictly prohibited. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Arizona had the 12th highest drug mortality rate in the United States during the year 2014. This statistic warrants concern, as Arizona is not even in the top quartile for the most… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
CrimDef4

Accused of Possession of Child Pornography? Fighting the Charges

By Blumberg & Associates |

Possession of or the transmission of child pornography is a serious crime in Arizona, and is a heavily punished Felony nationwide, sometimes resulting in life imprisonment. Being such a serious crime, it is of utmost imperative to contact a criminal defense attorney immediately. If you suspect you have been wrongly accused with possession of… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Gun

What is Considered a Deadly Weapon or Dangerous Instrument in Arizona?

By Blumberg & Associates |

Being arrested and charged for assault with a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument is a very serious matter in Arizona. A conviction can result in significant penalties, which can include a mandatory severe prison sentence, hefty fines, and lifelong consequences once you are released. It’s imperative that you contact an experienced Phoenix criminal attorney… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Interrog

What to Do If You Think You’re Being Investigated for a Crime in Phoenix?

By Blumberg & Associates |

If you believe you are under investigation for a crime, it’s imperative to be proactive and contact a skilled Phoenix criminal attorney right away. Obviously, most people will assume that is what any criminal defense attorney will tell you. However, there are numerous reasons why retaining an attorney early on is a better strategy. … Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
CrimJustice

Dangerous Crimes Have Serious Legal Consequences

By Blumberg & Associates |

When a defendant faces charges in a dangerous crime, prosecutors will utilize the allegation to their advantage. For example, a domestic dispute involving a vehicle pointed at another party, and even without “really” intending to harm them, can be used by the State to add a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument charge to the… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Courtroom

Criminal Trials in Maricopa County Could be Delayed Due to COVID-19

By Blumberg & Associates |

There’s no denying that the current pandemic is affecting every aspect of our lives, and the legal system is no exception. The courts are making changes to how cases are handled to help reduce the spread of the virus. For some, this could be good news as some criminal trials are being delayed. According… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn