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Blog Posts in 2009

Maricopa County Supervisors Plead Not Guilty reported last week that Maricopa County Supervisors Mary Rose Wilcox and Don Stapley entered pleas of not guilty in response to multiple charges including fraud, theft, perjury, false ...
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Second Arrest Made in Paradise Valley Break-ins posted a story on the 18th of December about a second arrest made in connection with the Paradise Valley home invasions that occurred between October and December of this year. Fifty-one ...
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New Arizona Criminal Defense Blog

Welcome to our new blog! We will be updating frequently with news & changes to the laws as they apply to Arizona Criminal Defense, so please check back often.
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