News

Arizona Police Departments Enlist Brady List Officers
ABC 15 goes investigates AZ police departments with Brady List officers and the damage they have done. Since the 1963 Supreme Court case Brady v. Maryland, police departments have been required to publicly disclose any misconduct performed by of their officers. These disclosed lists been been called "Brady Lists" and...
Read More
Maricopa County Attorney Pulls Back Anti-Adoption Policy
Maricopa County reverses a 5 year old policy that outsourced legal support for gay couples going through the adoption process. Since the United States officially recognized gay marriage in 2015, there has been policies put in place in states and counties across the country to hinder gay rights. Maricopa County...
Read More
Remembering Landmark AZ Case to Give Minors the Right to Legal Counsel
Remembering Landmark AZ Case to Give Minors the Right to Legal Counsel
Reflecting on the anniversary of a landmark Supreme Court case brings appreciation but also the revelation more change needs to happen. Most people would not know that up until 1967, minors were not guaranteed the right to legal counsel. They were not afforded the same legal rights as an adult....
Read More
Arizona Sees Big Decline in DUI Cases Over July 4th Weekend
Arizona Sees Big Decline in DUI Cases Over July 4th Weekend
The COVID epidemic has taken drivers off the road for the 4th of July, leading to less traffic stops and DUI arrests. As Arizona has become a hot spot of the COVID-19 epidemic, it was expected to a much smaller number of drivers on the roads for the 4th of...
Read More
AZ Ballot Proposal Could Mean Big Changes in Criminal Sentencing
AZ Ballot Proposal Could Mean Big Changes in Criminal Sentencing
A potential Arizona ballot measure would allow leniency for judges when sentencing a defendant. A ballot measure that could reverse a 1970's era Arizona state law is creating quite the buzz. Why is it so important? It would give judges the ability to cut the length of a sentence below...
Read More
ACLU Suing Maricopa County Sheriff Over Coronavirus in Jails
The ACLU is suing the Maricopa County Sheriff over the lack of safety precautions in jails against SARS-CoV-2. Since May 29th, confirmed cases of COVID have increased 5,000% in Maricopa County jails. This is clearly due to the lack of safety precautions being taken by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Department....
Read More
Arizona’s Attorney General Comes Out in Support of Police Reform
Following the murder of George Floyd by police officers, Arizona's Attorney General Mark Brnovich has come out publicly as supporting legislation for police reform. Criminal justice reform is being advocated for around the country. Arizona's highest ranking law official, Attorney General Mark Brnovich, has come out in a public letter...
Read More
Protests and Riots Sweep the Country After Death of George Floyd
Protests after the murder of George Floyd by a police officer have erupted across the country, along with riots and violence. Over Memorial Day Weekend in Minneapolis, an officer kneeled on a man's neck while being detained. This unnecessary and disturbing action caused the death of the man, George Floyd....
Read More
Arizona Reaches Record High 12.6% Unemployment
As Coronavirus makes its way around the world, Arizona's economy has suffered 276,300 lost jobs in just the month of April. Coronavirus has caused health, mental, and financial issues for families all across the country and the state of Arizona. One particularly hard hit community is the leisure and hospitality...
Read More
New Mexico Governor Believes Legal Marijuana Revenue May Help Coronavirus Economic Recovery
New Mexico's Governor expresses regret that marijuana legalization did not pass last year, citing $100 million lost in potential revenue that could have been used for aid in the Coronavirus Pandemic. Gov. Michelle Lynn Lujan Grisham of New Mexico recently gave a press conference over the state's response to economic...
Read More
Call Now To Get Your Case Started