Healthcare Professionals and Mandatory Reporting of Misdemeanors

Healthcare Professional

If you hold a professional license related to healthcare in Arizona, you may be required to self-report an arrest or a conviction to your licensing board. For example, A.R.S. 32-3208(A), which deals with “health professionals”, requires that: “A health professional who has been charged with a misdemeanor involving conduct that may affect patient safety or a felony after receiving or … Read More

Admin Per Se or Implied Consent Affidavit

In Arizona, when you drive a car you consent to being tested for the presence of alcohol or drugs in your body. This consent is “implied” because there is no agreement you sign or anything – there is just a law that says if you drive a car in Arizona, then you consent to the testing of your “blood, breath, … Read More

Phoenix Municipal Court

Phoenix Municipal Court

The Phoenix Municipal Court handles charges for violations that occurred in Phoenix, including misdemeanor crimes, traffic tickets, and code violations. A protective order can also be obtained at the Phoenix City Court. If you receive a traffic ticket, or any sort of citation, from the Phoenix Police Department, your case will be handled in this court. As you can imagine, … Read More

Hazardous Materials Endorsement

Hazardous Materials Placard

What Is A Hazardous Materials Endorsement And How Do You Get One If you are a commercial driver who wants to carry hazardous materials, you will need to obtain a hazardous materials (HazMat) endorsement. There are two main requirements to obtain a HazMat endorsement: TSA Security Threat Assessment. A driver will need to apply to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). … Read More