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Drug Crimes

Arizona’s drug laws are detailed in the Chapter 13 of the Arizona Revised Statutes. A conviction for a drug-related arrest may result in prison, fines, and other extreme consequences. The following drug activities are illegal in Phoenix and throughout the state: Possession – it…
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Drug Possession

Arizona enacted drug laws in 1996 that allows court supervised probation and drug treatment, rather than imprisonment, for personal possession and use of certain controlled substances. Known as Proposition 200, this law applies to those who have been convicted of possession of…
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Drug Possession with Intent

In Arizona, drug laws are strict. Arizona Revised Statute 13-3408 specifies that it is illegal to be involved in any of the following activities with a controlled substance: A person shall not knowingly: Possess or use a narcotic drug, Possess a narcotic drug for sale…
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Drug Distribution

Drug distribution laws in Arizona can be extremely harsh, depending on the circumstances of the particular case. The laws that regulate drugs are found in Title 13, Chapter 34 of the Revised Arizona Statutes. In general, it is illegal to possess, use, produce, sale or…
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Manufacturing Drugs

Drug distribution laws in Arizona can be extremely harsh, depending on the circumstances of the particular case. The laws that regulate drugs are found in Title 13, Chapter 34 of the Revised Arizona Statutes. In general, it is illegal to possess, use, produce, sale or…
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Cultivation

Arizona prohibits the cultivation of marijuana unless it is in compliance with the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. According to Arizona Revised Statute (ARS) 36-2894-02, patients and caregivers who register and qualify may cultivate marijuana in accordance with said statute…
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Trafficking

Federal and state laws prohibit trafficking illegal drugs. Trafficking is the term that describes importing and exporting drugs into and out of Arizona, according to the Arizona Revised Statutes. Trafficking drugs also refers to the sale and distribution within and without the…
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Prescription Fraud

Prescription drug fraud is the act of obtaining a prescription drug by false and illegal means. A.R.S 13-3406 makes it illegal to engage in the following prescription drug activities: Possession, use, administration, acquisition, sale, manufacture or transportation of…
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Marijuana Charges

In Arizona, all marijuana related activity is illegal. You can get a felony conviction for: Possession of marijuana, Possession of marijuana to be sold, Producing marijuana, Importing marijuana, Transporting marijuana. Possession of marijuana is a class 6 felony. If the defendant…
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Cocaine Charges

Even an arrest for possession of a small amount of cocaine can lead to jail or prison, fines and a permanent criminal record. Cocaine charges may be filed under A.R.S. 13-3407: Possession, use, administration, acquisition, sale, manufacture or transportation of dangerous drugs:…
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Meth

Arizona law classifies methamphetamine – commonly called meth – as a dangerous drug; a conviction will result in harsher penalties than non-dangerous drugs. Arizona Revised Statute 13-3407 contains the specific details pertaining to meth: 13-3407: Possession, use…
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Heroin

Heroin is a highly potent opiate narcotic that is illegally manufactured; it is commonly transported into the United States and Arizona from Mexico. Mexico is known for its black tar heroin, an extremely dangerous drug that is favored by addicts in the southwestern states…
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