In Arizona you cannot possess a gun/weapon/firearm if you have been convicted of a felony unless you have had your right to possess weapons restored. You have to wait TWO YEARS after you have had an absolute discharge from probation and it is not automatic, you need to file a motion to restore your gun […]Read More
Automatic Restoration of Civil Rights after First Felony Conviction
Many people don’t know that after their first felony conviction, their civil rights are automatically restored without them having to do anything further such as apply to the court for such restoration and have the court sign an order restoring your civil rights. Arizona Revised Statute 13-907. Automatic restoration of civil rights for first offenders; exception; […]Read More
Tucson Business Radio-Episode #8 No Glass Ceiling
Listen to Priscilla Frisby on No Glass Ceiling with Tucson Business Radio.Read More
Trying to Seek Retroactive Child Support in Arizona?
It costs about $233,610 to raise a child in the United States, according to a January 2017 article in CNN Money. A middle-class married couple raising two children born in 2015 will spend approximately $233,610 on each. This information comes in a report released by the Department of Agriculture in January. The amount covers […]Read More