A potential Arizona ballot measure would allow leniency for judges when sentencing a defendant.
A ballot measure that could reverse a 1970’s era Arizona state law is creating quite the buzz. Why is it so important? It would give judges the ability to cut the length of a sentence below the minimum sentence for any non-violent crime. This could mean a first time offender, under the discretion of the judge, may walk away without having to serve any jail time. If you or a loved one are arrested or charged with a crime, call us toll-free at 833-854-8181, or visit one of our offices out of Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City, or Tempe, AZ.
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