Although Arizona is known as one of the most conservative states in the country, not all the news coming out of the legislature is based on right-wing theory. What follows are some of the changes this year in our criminal laws. Some, you might find, are surprisingly forward-thinking. Here are a few examples: Asset Forfeiture….

When the police arrived at a Phoenix apartment complex back in 2012, they were looking for an individual who had an outstanding federal warrant, and who, they heard, was seen selling drugs in the area. At the complex, the police didn’t find the person they were searching for. Rather, they came across four black men,…

If you think that there is no hope once you’ve been arrested on a drunk driving charge, think again! The Arizona Court of Appeals has vacated the DUI conviction of a driver, saying that the Cochise County sheriff’s deputies involved in the case had no legal basis to pull the man over in the first…

The United States Constitution guarantees that we may not be subjected to unreasonable searches and seizures.  But when the right is asserted by a defendant in criminal case, the stock response of most law enforcement personnel is, at best, grudging acceptance of that right.  When the challenge to a search and seizure is successful, those…

Intelligence sources say that a secret unit of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration has been utilizing wiretaps of Americans across the nation to assist in commencing investigations against citizens. The unit, known as the Special Operations Division (SOD), is apparently a joint effort involving not only the DEA, but also the FBI, the NSA,…

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