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Archive: Criminal Defense

Gun Laws in Arizona: The Do’s and Don’ts

By Zachary Mushkatel

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It is no secret that Arizona has some of the loosest gun laws in the nation. Arizona is one of the few states that allow a person to carry a concealed weapon without a permit. Here we will go over...

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Attorney Zachary Mushkatel Instructs at Arizona College of Trial Advocacy

By Zachary Mushkatel

Attorney Zachary Mushkatel is experienced in the fields of Civil and Estate Litigation and Personal Injury and can be found at his firm Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker, PLLC in Phoenix.

The experienced Phoenix civil and trial lawyer participated in hands-on training during the intensive, week-long program, which helps Arizona lawyers to sharpen their trial techniques. SUN CITY, Arizona (August 25, 2017) – Attorney Zachary Mushkatel of the Phoenix law firm...

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Why You Shouldn’t Use Your Fingerprints to Lock Your Phone

By Zachary Mushkatel

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Today, many new smart phones feature touch recognition, or “touch ID.” The feature allows a phone to record and recognize a user’s fingerprint. When the user places his or her thumb over a sensor, the phone will unlock. If the...

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Options for First-Time Drug Offenders in Arizona

By Zachary Mushkatel

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Getting arrested for drug possession in Arizona can carry serious consequences – even if you are a first-time offender. For instance, if you are charged with possession of less than two pounds of marijuana for personal use, you could end...

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Should Mothers Be Charged with Child Abuse for Using Drugs While Pregnant?

By Zachary Mushkatel

Phoenix criminal defense attorneys discuss the effects of charging mothers whose babies are born addicted to drugs with child abuse.

A newborn infant’s death nearly 15 years ago is still causing a fierce legislative battle in Arizona and other states around the country. At issue is whether the continued drug use of a newborn’s mother is tantamount to “child abuse”...

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