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Prescott Homeowners’ Association Forces Orphaned Teen Out of Grandparents’ Home
A recently orphaned 15 year-old teenager in Prescott is being forced out of his grandparents' home by their HOA because of age restrictions. In Prescott, AZ, a teen who lost his parents a year ago has been staying with his grandparents ever since. Their home is in a community that...
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Maricopa County’s Diversion Program Eliminates Participation Fee
Maricopa County aims to keep nonviolent first-time offenders out of prison with waiving their diversion program's entry fee In the past, if you were a first time offender with a drug-related or non-violent crime, you could get out of prison time (depending on your case) by taking an expensive diversion...
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Nevada Re-Analyzes THC Blood Level Limit for Drivers
Nevada state lawmakers are coming together to create a better system of regulating drivers under the influence of marijuana. Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) is the measurement used for law enforcement and the medical field to determine how inebriated you are. BAC is pretty good indicator for impairment for everyone across...
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Clark County District Attorney Charging DUI Drivers with Murder
Clark County's District Attorney has started a new trend of charging fatal DUI drivers with second-degree murder New Year's is one of the most dangerous holidays on the road for drunk drivers, which means much more law enforcement on patrol. With an uptick in the odds of getting caught and...
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Nevada Police Increases Size of DUI Patrols for Holiday Season
As Arizona changes over to digital medical marijuana cards via email, the positive effects could be felt elsewhere. As the holiday season rolls by, the average person increases the frequency and intensity of their alcohol consumption. With this trend comes an increase in drivers under the influence. In response, police...
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Arizona Transitions to Digital Medical Marijuana, How Will it Affect You?
As Arizona changes over to digital medical marijuana cards via email, the positive effects could be felt elsewhere. Arizona has decided to require all medical marijuana cardholders to use their brand-new digital cards starting Dec. 1st. While being more convenient to those who use it and doubling the lifespan of...
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How the Holidays Affect the Incarcerated and Their Families
The Holidays can be the most difficult time of the year for the incarcerated and their families. Most of us are fortunate enough to complain about family during the holiday season. However, many do not have that luxury. With limited visitation rights and restrictions on gift-giving, many cannot have those...
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‘Drinksgiving’ is the Busiest Night for Bars and Police
The Wednesday before Thanksgiving, known as 'Drinksgiving', comes with busy bars and an increased police presence. Surprisingly, the Wednesday night before Thanksgiving has become the busiest night of the year for bars and clubs. Surpassing New Year's Eve and Fourth of July in bar business, this day has earned the...
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TV Celebrity’s Prison Weight Loss Program
TV Celebrity Jorge Nava Loses 125 lbs. in Prison with  New Weight Loss Program Since being incarcerated in September of 2018, TV Reality Star Jorge Nava has lost over 125 lbs. Attorney Brad Rideout, Nava's lawyer, facilitated an interview to learn how he lost all this weight. Nava described adopting...
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An Arizona Man Pulled Over for Tree-Shaped Air Freshener
An Arizona Man Pulled Over for Air Freshener Mistaken for Marijuana, Then Questioned About Marijuana Use Over a month ago, young man travelling up to Parker, AZ, was pulled over on the suspicion of being in possession of marijuana. The cause for the suspicion? The tree-shaped air freshener hanging off...
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