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    Arrested (7 Laws)
    SHOPLIFTING

    Shoplifting is more than just leaving a store with something you did not pay for. Shoplifting is also obtaining goods by charging the purchase price of an item to a fictitious person; paying less than the purchase price of the item by changing the... more »

      

    Bullying (1 Laws)
    BULLYING

    What is Bullying?

    Bullying consists of negative acts carried out repeatedly over time. There is an actual or perceived imbalance of power in a bullying situation that allows the bully to attack the less powerful. There ar... more »

      

    Curfew (1 Laws)
    CURFEW

    What is Curfew?

    Curfew is how late you can legally stay outside in a public place. The State of Arizona allows each city to set curfews, and they can be different from place to place. If you violate curfew you may be tick... more »

      

    Driving (9 Laws)
    DRUNK DRIVING

    UPDATE 9/1/01 - the legal limit for alcohol in your system (blood alcohol content) to be considered DUI has just been lowered from .10 to .08 in Arizona. Although it is illegal for you to drink if you are not 21 y... more »

      

    Emancipation (1 Laws)
    Emancipation
    The Arizona Legislature passed a new law that goes into effect on August 12, 2005 that allows minors to be emancipated. The law can be found at A.R.S. §§ 12-2451 ... more »

      

    Family (3 Laws)
    Emancipation
    The Arizona Legislature passed a new law that goes into effect on August 12, 2005 that allows minors to be emancipated. The law can be found at A.R.S. §§ 12-2451 ... more »

      

    Guns and Weapons (1 Laws)
    GUNS & WEAPONS

    Guns & Firearms:

    Laws are set to protect kids and adults when dangerous instruments are involved. This applies to driving a car as well as to possession of guns. In Arizona, the law states that kids under the a... more »

      

    Illegal Substances (8 Laws)
    DRIVING & ALCOHOL
    DRIVING & ALCOHOL

    If you are under 21 years of age and are in possession of an alcoholic substance, you can be found guilty of a class 1 more »

      

    New Laws (4 Laws)
    NEW LAWS

    Effective September 1, 2001 New Arizona Blood Alcohol Content limit -- the legal limit for alcohol in your system (blood alcohol content) to be considered Driving Under th... more »

      

    Other (3 Laws)
    SEX OFFENSES
    SEX OFFENSES

    Beware of the serious consequences of committing any of the following sex offenses in the State of Arizona:

    • Sexual conduct with a minor (more »

      

    School (1 Laws)
    TRUANCY
    (not being in school when you are supposed to be)

    It is against the law for anyone between the ages of six and sixteen to not attend school. However, there are some exceptions through excused absences, home s... more »

      

    Trouble (8 Laws)
    SCHOOL OFFENSES

    Trouble at School:  School Threats and Truancy

    “School Threats”

    Under Arizona Law (ARS 13-2911), there are very specific pen... more »

      

    Violence (5 Laws)
    VANDALISM

    Criminal Damage and Graffiti:

    If you damage property, you will be held accountable. If you recklessly damage property, it is called criminal damage. Criminal damages as defined by Arizona state law (more »

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