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What Are the Charges for a First-Time Drug Offense?
Posted By Salvador Law Group || Nov 14, 2018People arrested for a drug offense in the state of Arizona might expect leniency for a first-time offense, but the laws for these charges are very strict. The punishment can range from probation and no time in jail to up to two years in prison. It is important to understand the severity of first-time drug offense charges, what is involved and the potential consequences. Cases not managed properly ...Continue Reading
Salvador Law Group Earns Spot Among AIOPIA's 2018 10 Best Personal Injury Law Firms in Arizona for Client Satisfaction
Posted By Salvador Law Group || Nov 2, 2018Salvador Law Group, formerly Salvador Law Group, is a proven Phoenix law firm dedicated to helping clients protect their legal rights, especially in matters involving civil personal injury cases. Over the years, our attorneys have demonstrated the necessary skills and determination to handle even the most challenging accident cases, and the ability to ensure victims and their families have the ...Continue Reading
Can I Use My Medical Marijuana Card in Another State?
Posted By Salvador Law Group || Oct 11, 2018By a slight majority of 50.1 percent to 49.9 percent in the 2010 elections, residents voted in favor of Proposition 203 to legalize medical marijuana. Now, Arizona residents can obtain a medical marijuana card from a valid doctor if they show that it will help alleviate chronic pain, disorders or symptoms of cancer or cancer treatments. However, the federal government continues to define marijuana ...Continue Reading
Weed Laws in Arizona You Need to Know
Posted By Salvador Law Group || Oct 9, 2018Weed laws vary across the entire country. Federally, marijuana is still illegal and considered a Schedule 1 substance. However, more states are enacting laws that make the drug legal both medically and recreationally. Currently, there are 30 U.S. states with laws that make medical marijuana use with a doctor’s recommendation legal, including Arizona. Nine states have also legalized recreational ...Continue Reading
Breach of Contract: Frequently Asked Questions
Posted By Salvador Law Group || Aug 8, 2018A breach of contract is essentially a legal term that is used in situations where one party does not honor the terms of a legal agreement. A breach can occur for any number of reasons, including unexpected delays, financial difficulties, or other unforeseen events that cause someone to breach a business contract. If you own a business or are considering entering into a business contract, you ...Continue Reading
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