Learning More about Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure

December 22, 2009 by Arizona Accident Lawyer Blog  
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... , clearly bigger concerns exist in the ensuing hours than what should happen from a legal standpoint. However, the truth is that it is the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure will largely govern what must happen if a lawsuit is to be filed. Those who lack legal ... attorney who frequently litigates files and has experience as a trial lawyer-- and a solid working knowledge of the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure-- is a benefit to the car accident victim at every stage of the process. Having somebody who ...

Arizona County Jails Will Continue All-Day Christmas Music

December 17, 2009 by Religion Clause  
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According to a report yesterday from UPI, Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio will once again this year have Christmas and holiday tunes played all day long at all of the county's jails. Six lawsuits have been filed by prisoners who object to the music, alleging forced religious participation and cruel and unusual punishment. Four of the six cases have already been dismissed. The sheriff says he expects the other two to also be dismissed, though at least one survived a motion to dismiss ...

Computer Search & Seizure / Miranda v. Arizona Slides

December 16, 2009 by The Volokh Conspiracy  
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... San Juan, Puerto Rico giving a Continuing Legal Education lecture to the federal district court bar and otherwise ignoring my grading duties. My lecture will cover two topics: Computer Search and Seizure law (2 hours) and an Overview of Miranda v. Arizona and the law of police interrogations (1 hour). I made powerpoint slides for the lecture that have been converted to .pdf and are available here. Note that a few slides are already a bit outdated even though I finished them only about 10 days ...

The now-quite-common dollars and sentencing debate taking place in Arizona

December 16, 2009 by Sentencing Law and Policy  
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... confront the critical and valuable issue of how public safety can be maintained or improved at less cost. This local article from Arizona, which is headlined "House panel reviews cost of sentencing," reports on the terms of the debate that is now quite familiar ... state does business. On Tuesday, a House committee started work on a re-examination of crime and punishment in Arizona. The issue: Are there changes in state sentencing laws that would save money? How can the state protect citizens while ...

Arizona‚Äôs Prison Privatization Scheme Is a Comedy Gold Mine. The Joke’s on Us

December 15, 2009 by The Real Cost of Prisons Weblog  
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Arizona's Prison Privatization Scheme Is a Comedy Gold Mine. The Joke's on Us Thursday 10 December 2009 by: Caroline Isaacs, t r u t h o u t | Op-Ed You know you're in trouble when "The Daily Show" sends...

The Arizona Association Of Criminal Defense Lawyers Is Here For You, Somewhere

December 14, 2009 by Criminal Defense  
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... there's been a couple comments in the paper." I was also told I "didn't understand" the environment there, that lawyers were scared. That's scary on various levels. So I took a gander. I checked out the Arizona Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, (called Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice. There it was! A link - "What has AACJ done for me lately?" Here, is where I was going to read what the association was doing about events in Maricopa County. Except it was written by the president 12 ...

AZ – Arizona Ignores Sex Offender Law

December 12, 2009 by Sex Offender Issues  
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... etc, than to not. This week, a state committee voted to ask for an extension until 2011. Officials on the committee said Arizona cannot afford to implement the law because of its budget crisis. The startup cost is estimated at $12 million. "It is extremely expensive ... say take a look again," said a local woman named Cindy. The Valley area mother said SORNA is needed in Arizona. - Why? It won't prevent or protect anybody! People are just running on emotions instead of what will actually work, and ...

Liability Insurance in Arizona Car Accidents

December 11, 2009 by Arizona Accident Lawyer Blog  
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... a one-time settlement for damages incurred. The following is the liability insurance minimums required by Arizona law: $15,000 for bodily injury or death of one person in any one ... purchasing higher amounts of liability insurance in order to protect your personal assets. In Arizona, if you're the negligent driver, the jury will not even be told whether or ... own pocket. If you've been seriously hurt in a car accident in Arizona, the skilled Phoenix personal injury lawyers at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. ...

Arizona Construction Accident Lawyers Help Workers Injured by Falls

... and training procedures. If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a fall in a construction site, please contact the skilled Arizona construction accident lawyers at Breyer Law Offices P.C. for a free consultation and evaluation of your construction accident case. If you have been injured in an Arizona construction accident, your time to file an injury claim is limited to one year in many construction cases. Please do not delay your claim ...

Pain and Suffering Cap in Arizona on Tap?

December 9, 2009 by Accident and Injury Law Blog  
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State Senator Jack Harper from wants to ask voters to let lawmakers limit how much Arizona juries can award to accident and malpractice victims. "This is probably the only year we will have a legislative makeup that will allow the measure to go to the ballot," said ... . Okay. But if this is the only year you can get it through, doesn't that underscore it is a really bad idea? A great selling point for politics. Less so for doing the right thing. Arizona votes defeated a similar ballot issue in 1986.

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