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If a police officer pulls you over when driving in Arizona, it does not automatically mean they can search your car. The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects you from unlawful searches and seizures, including searches of your vehicle. Typically, without a search warrant...

Accidents that cause serious injuries and expensive medical bills are often the result of another person’s negligence. At Van Norman Law, we have extensive experience identifying and proving negligence cases. We’re dedicated to helping you earn the compensation you deserve when someone else causes you...

Serious violations of the law can result in a misdemeanor or a felony charge. At Van Norman Law, we have experience defending both misdemeanor and felony charges for a wide range of crimes. To help you understand your rights and what to expect, we put...

Distracted driving kills thousands of people each year in the United States, and, in 2019, Arizona introduced a distracted driving law banning texting and other handheld cellphone use while driving. At Van Norman Law, we want to help you understand your rights when it comes...

If you walk to work or go for regular jogs, your path likely requires crossing many roads. Pedestrians have to follow certain road rules for their own safety, just like cyclists and drivers. Following crosswalk laws reduces your chances of a car hitting you while...

Aggravated assault is considered a felony in Arizona, and results in prison time. Different factors of aggravated assault can apply to different levels of felony charges with different prison sentences. At Van Norman Law, we want to help you understand your rights and what punishments...

Getting bitten by a dog is a frightening experience that can cause severe and even lifelong damage. Filing a claim could help you find some financial and emotional relief. However, not all dog bite circumstances entitle you to compensation. At Van Norman Law, we are...

Medical marijuana has been legal in Arizona since 2010. However, in 2020, residents voted in favor of proposition 207 to legalize recreational marijuana for adults. Although weed is now legal in our state, the use, possession, cultivation, and purchasing of marijuana in Arizona do have...

Have you been charged with two or more DUIs in the last seven years? Driving under the influence again will earn you a felony aggravated DUI charge. However, that’s not the only way to receive an aggravated DUI in Arizona. As criminal law experts, we...

As a zero-tolerance state, Arizona is particularly unforgiving when it comes to driving under the influence. There are several types of DUI charges, all with varying degrees of penalties. At Van Norman Law, our criminal defense attorneys are well versed in Arizona DUI laws. We...

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