College can be an exciting time in your life, a chance to explore your independence and meet new people while pursuing knowledge for your future. It also is a time when there are many temptations that could lead you down a path you did not intend to go. If you are a student at ASU
A Lawyer for ASU Students Every fall thousands of parents will their children to Arizona State University for their freshman year. For many students, this will be their first time living away from home. Parents and students are excited to furnish their dorms, meet their dormmates and choose their classes. When parents leave their children
Car owners in Arizona are expected to have proper car insurance. According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, the law requires that minimum levels of liability insurance coverage be carried for every motor vehicle operated on Arizona roadways. This means bodily injury coverage of no less than $15,000 per person and $30,000 for two or more people. You must also carry property-damage liability of at least $10,000. These requirements extend to golf carts, motorcycles and mopeds as well.
When you or a loved one has been harmed or injured in an accident or incident, you have recourse of which you should to be aware. At the time of the injury or incident, emotions are high and those involved may be acting on automatic pilot. Important information may go unnoticed or be forgotten. Being aware of those things and people that will help you in a claim for damages will greatly increase your odds for a satisfactory resolution.
Arizona law classifies drugs into two basic categories: dangerous drugs and marijuana. Use or possession of a dangerous drug in Arizona is classified as a Class 4 Felony. Possession of dangerous drugs for sale or manufacturing or to administer to another individual is a Class 2 Felony.
It is always shocking when a member of the community, who lives a seemingly normal life and has a respectable career, is found to have a secret life. That is what happened to an Arizona State University recruiter when he was arrested this weekend for drug possession. The assistant director of admission was a recruiter
The Territorial Cup stays in Tempe after the Arizona State Sun Devils beat the University of Arizona Wildcats this weekend at the Sun Devils stadium. For many ASU football fans, it was a sweet victory, with an exhilarating final score of 58 to 21. The entire ASU campus and surrounding Tempe area was buzzing with
Operation Safe and Sober recently wrapped up a campaign in the area surrounding ASU to crack down on drunk driving and underage drinking. Due to an increase in alcohol related crime in the past year, and too many extreme cases of underage drinking that made the news, Tempe Police along with the Sheriff’s Office and
ASU is Taking an Unjust Position on Underage Drinking Tempe police are cracking down hard on under age drinking and disruptive partying in the ASU area. With the help of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and an $80,000 grant from the Governor, Tempe plan to send out patrol units to neighborhoods to find underage drinkers
A well-known and well-respected Arizona politician has surprisingly spoken out about possibly supporting the legalization of marijuana. John McCain, Arizona’s republican senator, told a town hall last week that “maybe we should legalize marijuana.” Statements like this are certainly popping up more and more, seeing that several states have legalized small amounts of marijuana for
A popular Tempe bar has been fined after an investigation into the death of an ASU student. Officials discovered that the 19-year-old was served alcohol at Cadillac Ranch at the nearby Tempe Marketplace before his death later that night. Cadillac Ranch had been cited three times in the past 4 years for serving alcohol to
As the ASU freshmen are moving in and settling down for the upcoming semester, restaurants and bars in the area are pumping up security to catch bold minors who attempt to get in using a fake ID. For many freshmen this is the first time away from parents and living away from home. This new
Call a Tempe Underage Drinking Attorney who Has Handled Countless MIC & MIP Cases Classes are almost in session at ASU! Freshman are starting their move into the dorms preparing for the new and exciting college life, and returning students are getting their books and class schedules organized to continue their ASU experience. With the
As a student at Arizona State University, many of you are in the middle of the time of your life. Attending a well-respected university, getting involved in school activities, enjoying Spring Break time off by spending time with friends, and making new friends. This time can be fun and exciting, but being caught by police
Spring Break at Lake Havasu is undoubtedly some of the rowdiest partying you will experience these days. College students from ASU, U of A, NAU, and even more California schools flock to the lake each year to celebrate a week off of classes and the start of warmer weather. While Havasu makes for a great
If you are a student at ASU, it’s no secret how anxious both ASU and Tempe police are to catch students drinking underage. We have represented countless students who were caught drinking in the dorms. Many students think that once they are free from the dorms, they no longer have anything to worry about; unfortunately
Mill Avenue, in Tempe, Arizona, is one of the most popular places for ASU students to hang out. Unfortunately for many students, you have to be 21 to enjoy the bar scene on Mill. However, many underage students try to go out drinking on Mill with a fake ID anyways. Although they quickly learn that
My law firm has handled hundreds of underage drinking cases involving ASU students. Aside from drinking at the Salt River, having clients caught drinking at ASU dorms is the most common scenario. The general charges for underage drinking are Minor in Consumption of Alcohol (MIC) and Minor in Possession of Alcohol (MIP). The difference is,
Over my career, I have represented countless Arizona State University student with all types of criminal charges. One of the first questions I ask the students is whether they have told their parents about their charge. An overwhelming amount of ASU students who call my office do not plan on telling their parents. They don’t
My law firm is hired on a regular basis to represent people who have been charged with minor in possession or minor in consumption of alcohol and their case has been assigned to the University Lakes Justice Court in Chandler, Arizona. The University Lakes Justice Court has jurisdiction over people who have been arrested on