What Should You Do If You’re Pulled Over For Drunk Driving in Arizona?

What Should You Do If You’re Pulled Over For Drunk Driving in Arizona?

  • Arizona DUI Defense

Arizona has the strictest DUI laws in the country. Make sure you know your rights in case you’re ever pulled over on suspicion of drinking and driving in the Grand Canyon State. Corso Law Group has handled thousands of DUI cases in Arizona. Founder Christopher Corso has previous experience as a prosecutor for Maricopa County, so he and his team of legal professionals know what it’s like on both sides of a DUI case. This step-by-step guide by Corso Law Group explains how to react if you’re pulled over, how to behave in the presence of an officer and important […]

How Online Dating Can Get You Arrested

Although online dating has come a long way and has lost much of its stigma, with 1 in 5 adults using the popular dating services, there are still many unaddressed vulnerabilities that could lead to serious legal problems. One concern stems from users hiding behind the online barrier, making it difficult to really know if what you see is what you will truly get when dating online. For example, a 19-year-old teen spent nearly 80 days in jail and is on the Michigan and Indiana sex-offender registries due to a misdemeanor charge of criminal sexual conduct after meeting with a […]

How to Keep Latchkey Kids Safe During Burglary Season

It’s every parent’s nightmare to have something out of the ordinary, like a burglary, occur while their kids are at home by themselves. Unfortunately, a majority of break-ins occur during the summer months when kids are likely to be home alone while parents are at work or running errands. At Corso Law Group, we’re parents and we’re lawyers, so we understand the dangers and the worry that goes along with being a parent. To help everyone worry a little less, we put together these valuable tips for parents to share with kids when they’re home alone – whether it’s summer […]

The Legal Challenges of “Freedom of Speech” on Social Media

In the United States, we have the right to speak freely about our religious, political, economic or any other “controversial” viewpoints. We are also avid social media users, which makes for an interesting mix of people: having the right to say what they want, and being provided with outlets to let them do so on a national and global level. Recently, a young student was suspended from Texas Christian University by school officials after posting on Facebook and tweeting questionable responses to the Baltimore riots. After the University responded by stating they didn’t approve of the comments, the student had […]

Three Things to Know If You’re Pulled Over by the Police

The recent news concerning Sandra Bland, who died while in police custody in Texas, and other police altercations has led many Americans to wonder what legal rights they possess when being stopped by an officer. Was Ms. Bland obeying the law or breaking the law? Were the officer’s actions legal or was he using unnecessary force? As we await the final outcome of this case, it’s critical that Americans are properly informed about their rights when being stopped by an officer. You’re protected by the Fifth Amendment: Legally, you can’t be punished for refusing to answer a question. While most […]

What to Ask a Prospective Criminal Defense Attorney

The right criminal defense attorney can make all the difference when it comes to your pending criminal case. There are several helpful questions to ask a criminal defense attorney and ways to prepare for a beneficial consultation. At Corso Law Group, our team of experienced criminal defense attorneys works tirelessly to get to know every client. It helps us prepare the best possible defense for cases such as DUI, criminal speeding, drug possession, weapons possession, assault, felony offenses, violent crimes and more. Along with a strategic legal plan that’s tailored to your needs, Corso Law Group treats you and your […]