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Arizona Transitions to Digital Medical Marijuana, How Will it Affect You?
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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...
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How the Holidays Affect the Incarcerated and Their Families
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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...
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‘Drinksgiving’ is the Busiest Night for Bars and Police
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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...
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TV Celebrity’s Prison Weight Loss Program
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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...
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An Arizona Man Pulled Over for Tree-Shaped Air Freshener
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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...
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Arizona College Student’s Case Brings Up Legality of Drug Testing on Campus
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An Arizona College Student with a Medical Marijuana Card Gets Expelled, Creating a Legal Battle for College Campus Drug Policy A student at Gateway Community College who is a legal Arizona medical marijuana card holder was recently expelled for failing...
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Does Tucson’s New Tobacco Ordinance Hint Towards New Age Restrictions in Arizona?
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Tucson Passes Ordinance to Raise the Age Required to Purchase Tobacco, Will This Inspire Larger Cities and the Entire State of Arizona to Join? Tucson's city council passed an ordinance that would require all vendors in the city's limits to...
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Federal Agents Using Federal Funds for Sex?
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Brad Rideout Defends Sex Trafficking Victim  Against Federal Officers Misusing Funds for Sex. Attorney Brad Rideout has recently demanded the full legal names of two federal agents who allegedly paid his client and other potential sex trafficking victims for sexual...
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A Marijuana Breathalyzer is Here, What Does it Mean for the Future of Law Enforcement?
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University of Pittsburgh Researchers Develop First THC Breathalyzer - How and When Will We See Them Used? Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have developed the first of its kind THC (The active ingredient in marijuana) breathalyzer. It is still...
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Rideout Law Group Participates in the DCS Foster Back to School Event
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Rideout Law Group's Own Brad Rideout and Alison Berg Help Foster Children Get the Backpacks They Need. When you are living as a foster child, your life is already hard enough. Having one aspect of your life taken care of,...
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