It was a sad day last Friday for the Arizona Diamondbacks and for sports fans around the state, when announcer Mark Grace was arrested for aggravated DUI and other charges. Grace is also a former major league baseball player, who played first base for the Chicago Cubs, and later played for the Diamondbacks in their…

Earlier this month a Mesa woman was arrested on suspicion of aggravated driving under the influence of drugs while her one-year old son was a passenger in the vehicle. According to the news report, the driver crossed over a sidewalk and careened into a propane tank. The woman had a prescription for Oxycodone which instructed…

Arizona has a number of criminal laws dealing with illegal wiretapping and recording of telephone conversations. Our interest in this subject has been heightened by a case in New Hampshire in which Adam Mueller, a journalist and founder of copblock.org, is facing trial on three felony counts of wiretapping. He videotaped a case of alleged…

A new bill signed by the governor in April of this year will require parolees and those on community supervision to pay for any required drug testing fees as a condition of their release. The law went into effect last week, although the precise amount of the payments and the effective date of the implementation…

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