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  • 4 Winter Driving Safety Tips

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Dec 13, 2016

    Winter is a great time of year to enjoy the weather via joy riding on the open roads. However, the winter season can be a hazardous time when roads become slick due to rain or ice. Because driving has become an inevitable responsibility in most people’s lives, it is important to be prepared for the unexpected. To remain safe, keep the following safety tips in mind: Tip 1: Prep Your Vehicle To ...
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  • DUI Enhancements: What You Need to Know

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Nov 1, 2016

    Arizona law makes driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs illegal and cause for serious penalties. In many cases, drivers accused of DUI will face misdemeanor charges which, depending on the nature of the crime, can lead to penalties that include court-ordered fines and fees, mandatory classes, license penalties, and not more than a year in jail. In the most serious cases, DUIs can be ...
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  • Understanding the 3 Elements of a Breach of Contract

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Oct 18, 2016

    Most people, in their adult lives, have signed a contract at least once. Many have heard that it is important to read the fine-print closely. But, have you ever wondered the importance of actually taking the time to do so? This is due to the amount of weight that a contract can carry. A contract is a promise that can be legally enforced. Generally, contracts are used when a person purchases a ...
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  • Understanding Comparative Negligence

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Oct 11, 2016

    Arizona laws follow the doctrine of comparative negligence. Under these laws, an injured person is permitted to recover compensation if she or he is 99% at fault for the accident. Then, the plaintiff’s monetary damages are reduced by the amount in which she or he is at fault. However, the state laws block any kind of recovery by the plaintiff if she or he intentionally contributed to or caused the ...
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  • Understanding the Right to Remain Silent

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Aug 3, 2016

    In most cases, the criminal process starts with a stop or an arrest. A police officer only has the right to arrest a person if they have probable cause to believe the individual committed a felony, have witnessed the individual commit a misdemeanor crime, or has found that there is a warrant for the individual’s arrest. No matter what reason the officer may have, it is important that the ...
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