13 1202 threatening or intimidating
He put my mind at ease and I am eternally grateful.I would recommend this law firm and Ryan to anyone seeking legal advise.Because of this, the legal defense for threatening and intimidation charges must be aggressive and unwavering. If that conduct is done in retaliation for someone reporting criminal conduct, such as assault or domestic violence, this can become a class 6 felony.If there are other charges present, the importance of having a strong defense is even more paramount. This is also the case when this conduct is committed by a “criminal street gang member.” Threatening or intimidating in order to promote a gang or crime group can be a class 3 felony.According to Arizona Revised Statute 13-1202, threatening or intimidating can include: Most often, the victim of threatening or intimidating conduct has a unique, subjective view of the situation.Unlike other crimes, it is not clear when someone is or is not threatened or intimidated, as it is a personal, rather than objective, state. 13-1202 states that the penalty for injuring someone or damaging another’s property out of intimidation can be a class 1 misdemeanor.In Arizona, cases of threats and intimidation are not viewed lightly in the judicial system.Threatening or intimidating is included under Chapter 12 of the Arizona Revised Statutes, along with assault and similar offenses.
His advice directed me to the small estate form, checked back to see if that would work for me and told me to contact him if I needed any help with the paperwork or representation. He set up a phone court appearance instead of having me drive 3 hours into Phoenix. They helped guide us through the legal system while we were dealing with the death of a loved one. They told us exactly what the process would be and followed up every step of the way, answering questions as they came up.In our initial consultation he laid out several different avenues that the case might go. Very helpful went above our expectations Would recommend to friends and family Would have had a real problem with this case but they got a better deal then we ever thought Was possible Margaret Pfannenstiel Adam Ashby and Ashley Weeks of Jackson White represented my case and exceeded all expectations of any possible outcome from the initial interview.Amazing group of attorneys they are very compassionate and caring for their clients. Ashelee Weeks was always very attentive with sending me all updates and talking to me about my case .I have used attorney, Ryan Hodges at Jackson White Law Firm, for various stages of my mother's trust, from beginning to end.He is an excellent attorney to work with; as he is not only professional in every way, but willing to help out at any stage of the legal process.