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Mandatory Minimum Sentences in Arizona
Mandatory Minimum Sentences in Arizona

When certain criminal offenses are committed, the perpetrators may face mandatory minimum sentences if they are convicted. Mandatory minimum sentencing can apply in cases involving drug crimes , sex crimes , and more. Although all states have these sentencing requirements, ...

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