13-3703. Abuse of venerated objects; classification
A. A person commits abuse of venerated objects by intentionally:
1. Desecrating any public monument, memorial or property of a public park; or
2. In any manner likely to provoke immediate physical retaliation:
(a) Exhibiting or displaying, placing or causing to be placed any word, figure, mark, picture, design, […]
Sec. 22-103. Limiting access to graffiti implements.
(a) No person other than a parent or legal guardian shall sell, exchange, give, loan, or otherwise furnish, or cause or permit to be exchanged, given, loaned, or otherwise furnished, any graffiti implement to any person under the age of eighteen (18) years.
(b) Evidence that a person, […]
13-3453. Manufacture or distribution of imitation controlled substance; prohibited acts; classification
A. It is unlawful for a person to manufacture, distribute or possess with intent to distribute an imitation controlled substance.
B. It is no defense to prosecution under this section that the defendant believed the imitation controlled substance to be a legitimate controlled substance.
The zoning ordinance was intended to crack down on the proliferation of brothels. However, lawmakers did not foresee cultural changes such as groups of girls living together in a sorority house.
The giant Saguaro cactus has been endangered by those who find pleasure in shooting or cutting down cacti. Thus, a law was passed to protect the cactus.
In the summer-time, with temperatures reaching topping 120 degrees, often people will need water, but may not have the money to pay for it (mainly applies to homeless). Hence, the law. It is very much in effect today, with businesses being reported (and heavily fined) who refuse to supply water to those who ask for […]
The US military once experimented with camels in the Arizona desert, and eventually gave up. The remaining camels were released, and are now protected.
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