Arizona Enacts Provisional Licensing for Former Felons

A Fact Sheet published by the National Employment Law Project on August 1, 2016, conservatively estimated that roughly 70 million people in the United States have some sort of criminal record. Having a criminal record can make it difficult to obtain an occupational license required by the State of Arizona. On May 1, 2017, Governor …

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Collateral Consequences of Domestic Violence Convictions

According to the American Friends Service Committee-Arizona, “Collateral consequences” are legal punishments and other restrictions imposed on people because of their criminal convictions that are in addition to any term of incarceration, fines, fees or supervision imposed by the courts as punishment for the crimes. As Gabriel Chin wrote in “The New Civil Death: Rethinking …

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Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions

In December 2016, the American Friends Service Committee-Arizona published a report entitled A New Public Safety Framework for Arizona: Charting a Path Forward that discussed collateral consequences of criminal convictions. “Collateral consequences” are legal punishments and other restrictions imposed on people because of their criminal convictions. They are in addition to any term of incarceration, …

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Driving Restrictions Due to a DUI Conviction

Generally, you need to have a fingerprint clearance card issued by the Arizona Board of Fingerprinting if you work with children, the elderly, disabled adults, and victims of domestic violence. Dentists, dental hygienists, dentists, nurses and real estate agents also need fingerprint clearance cards. A.R.S. § 41-1758.03(D) states: “D. A person who is awaiting trial …

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Arizona Amends Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws to Help Innocent Claimants

In October 2016, the Institute for Justice filed a lawsuit in Navajo County Superior Court on behalf of an elderly couple, Terry and Ria Platt. The police pulled over their son, who was driving their car, for a window tint violation. They seized the son’s cash and a small amount of marijuana. Even though Arizona …

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Arizona Creates New Crimes: Terrorist Threats and False Reporting of Terrorism

In April 2012, Governor Ducey signed a bill creating the new crimes of making a terroristic threat and false reporting of terrorism.  The new statute is found at A.R.S. § 13-2308.02. Under A.R.S. § 13-2308.02(A),  a person commits the crime of making a terroristic threat  when he or she threatens to commit an act of …

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