Being convicted of a crime in Arizona will create a permanent criminal record. The more you know about criminal records, including how to look them up and who has access to them, the better you will understand your own situation if you have been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony in Arizona. Knowledge about criminal record searches can allow you to be more proactive in understanding, correcting and setting aside your criminal record. How to Obtain a Criminal Record Report in Arizona A criminal record may be stored in multiple locations by several different agencies, including law enforcement offices, state…
The expungement of an arrest or conviction record means that the courts seal or erase a person’s criminal record, blocking it from view by employers, landlords and others. Unlike most states, however, Arizona does not allow for record expungement. Instead, eligible parties can apply to have their convictions set aside. Find out if you are eligible for having your conviction set aside with assistance from an attorney. What Is the Difference Between Expungement and Setting a Conviction Aside? With record expungement, the courts seal or erase the record, making it as though it never existed. To most people and agencies,…
The Grand Canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world.  It makes sense that the Grand Canyon is the setting for many people’s adventure of a lifetime.  An estimated 5.9 million people visit the Grad Canyon every year, which makes it the second most popular National Park.  The views of the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Horseshoe Bend, and Antelope Canyon have become symbols of adventure and exploration.  It’s a place where memories are made and selfies are taken. The adventures provided by the Grand Canyon, neighboring Glen Canyon, and Colorado River are not without risks.  Experts estimate…
Dr. Omar Turney (November 1, 1866 – December 21, 1929) was an American archaeologist and engineer. He had been employed beginning in 1888 as an assistant engineer on the rebuilding of the Arizona Canal Dam. And was later employed as a surveyor for the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix railway. He also served successively in the United States geological survey and in the United States reclamation service. He was one of the principal sponsors of the Roosevelt Dam, and is largely responsible for the name given to the Dam. For 12 years after leaving the government service Dr. Turney served…
What’s sex education got to do with dispute resolution? If you have to ask, maybe you should go back to high school. Wait, that’s a terrible idea. Instead, you might watch the Sex Education series on Netflix, which just dropped its third season. The premise is that an unlikely duo of high school students set up a business to give students sex advice.  Ok, it’s an implausible premise and the characters and stories are mostly implausible.  But it’s an hysterical take-off on the high school sitcom genre – that sneaks in good messages about good communication. Although some characters seem…
Here’s the Supreme Court docket, with links to each pdf filing. Theirs begin after “argument set,” dated Aug. 16. I count 36 of them, but may be a little off. Their dominate in one thing: big name organizations. American Bar Association, ACLU, Amnesty International, League of Women Voters, etc., essentially the organizations of the elite. None of those listed should have much institutional interest in the 2A or gun control, so they wade in because it’s one of the elites against the rest of us. Quick skims indicate very little discussion of history or real con law. Most briefs…
I recently heard someone on a podcast say part of why he thinks his children have grown up to be good young adults included ingraining in them the idea of “doing the right thing, even if it sucks.” Many times doing the right this is easy (and some people still choose doing the wrong thing). Other times it’s hard. An example of the way this comes into my world is when a calendaring or similar mistake is made and may negatively affect the client. I haven’t had this happen in a long time, but when it has happened it may…
Please join me, Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig LLC Global IP & Technology Co-Chair and Stephanie O. Sparks, Hoge Fenton Privacy & Data Security and IP Chair for this terrific program on September 28, 2021 at noon, via Zoom. We will focus on the most recent updates to California privacy law, data privacy class actions, practical cybersecurity issues, data breach class actions, risk issues for officers and boards of directors, and cyber insurance. Register Here: https://buff.ly/3klQbM6 Sponsored by the Real Property. & Business Law Section of the Santa Clara County Bar Association and the San Mateo County, Alameda County and Marin…
Drunk driving in the United States has long been identified as dangerous, responsible for over 10,000 traffic deaths every year. At Gerber Injury Law, we recognize this serious issue and worked with 1Point21 Interactive to analyze all alcohol-related fatal crashes in the United States from 2000-2019. The post An Analysis of Fatal Alcohol-Related Crashes in the United States appeared first on Gerber Injury Law.…