Monthly Archives: December 2018

Family Court Authority to Modify Orders of Protection in Arizona Divorce and Child Custody

Arizona Divorce, Child Custody, Domestic Violence

Arizona Court of Appeals held the family court has statutory authority to modify an order of protection when terms may conflict with the court’s parenting orders in divorce or child custody proceedings. But only to the degree the family court is satisfied the modified order of protection and party’s request for parenting time will not […]

Arizona Armed Robbery Not a Violent Felony Under Armed Career Criminal Act

Criminal Defense

Share in the discussion with an experienced gun crime attorney. Learn about potential defenses in Arizona law to charges of robbery, grand theft, larceny, shoplifting, and theft crimes generally. Arizona armed robbery held not a violent felony for purposes of the Armed Career Criminal Act, a federal statute imposing minimum mandatory sentencing for repeat offenders […]