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Month: October 2018

Breaking Down Teen Sexting Laws in Arizona

Posted in Sexual Crimes on October 19, 2018

The rise in technological communication has led to a string of new behaviors and actions, and with that, new related laws. When teenagers communicate via text messages, they may find themselves in dangerous situations. “Sexting,” or texting sexually explicit material and/or photographs, is a common enough situation – but one that can lead to unforeseen… read more

What is Considered As Domestic Violence in Arizona?

Posted in Domestic Violence on October 19, 2018

Domestic violence affects millions of people around the world. On average, almost 20 people suffer physical abuse by a domestic partner in the U.S. per minute, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Every day, more than 20,000 victims call domestic violence hotlines for help. Yet many people the courts indict for domestic violence… read more

New Law in Arizona: Sexual Assault Victims No Longer Trapped in Their Lease

Posted in Sexual Crimes on October 19, 2018

Domestic abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, rape…as a victim and survivor, you face unique fears and triggers. When your financial situation forces you to continue living next door to your assailant, you can suffer serious mental and emotional strife, as well as fear for your safety. This is exactly what made one Arizona woman take… read more

Consent: What It Is and Why It Matters

Posted in Assault,Sexual Crimes on October 9, 2018

Most of us when we hear the word rape, think of something that we’ve seen in the media.  We imagine girls getting attacked and assaulted in the middle of the night or in an isolated location. But let’s be clear about what rape is and what it is not. While certainly, the above scenario would… read more