Story here. The breach also included AW registries, dealer record of sales data (meaning all gun purchases), applications for carry permits, and other information.

I’ve seen a suggestion — if anyone did get the permit data, given that one required identifier is race, compare the percent for applications to the percent for granted. If there is a discrepancy, score a point about racial discrimination. If nothing else, that will show them there is a downside to allowing a leak/data breach.
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The rules of the road are important to follow, and if you have been injured in an accident caused by someone who was breaking them, you could be entitled to compensation. Being in an accident that was caused by someone or something else may entitle you to damages to cover all costs associated with your accident, ranging from medical bills to lost earnings at work. Following the rules of the road is only possible when you know them, and a recent change to Arizona law will change the way in which drivers and motorcyclists interact, and will change the illegal
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The practice of lane splitting is when a motorcyclist will use the space between lanes of traffic to move through the cars. This effectively opens a new lane for the motorcyclists, one in which they will not be trapped between cars and potentially rear-ended. While lane splitting may make travel more efficient for motorcyclists, and sometimes even safer, it does also entail a certain level of risk. 
Lane splitting can lead to motorcycle crashes that can cause significant injury or even death. Accidents involving motorcyclists often lead to serious injury for the motorcyclist given the lack of a metal chassis,
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Experiencing an injury in a slip and fall accident can lead to significant costs, and also changes to how you live your life. These costs and changes may entitle you to compensation, depending upon the unique facts and circumstances of your accident. You will have the option of choosing between filing an insurance claim, or taking the matter to court through a personal injury lawsuit. 
Common slip and fall accidents include: 

  • Spilled drinks or other liquids
  • Cracks or holes in the ground 
  • Icy sidewalks 
  • Objects protruding from the ground

Common injuries from slip and falls include: 


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Being injured in a car accident can put the brakes on not only your plans for the day, but also your ability to work and provide for your family. When someone or something else was the cause of your car accident, you will be entitled to recover compensation for your damages. 
Proving that another party is at fault requires the application of the law and case precedent to the unique facts and circumstances of your case. Once fault is proven, you’ll need to then collect evidence in support of the damages that you are seeking, as you can only collect
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Experiencing a personal injury can lead to substantial medical costs, and also impact your ability to work and support yourself and your family. When the cause of your injury was someone or something else, you could be entitled to compensation for all associated costs and damages. 
To collect, you’ll need to claim your damages through a complex process, and you can only collect what you can prove with evidence. Working with a Phoenix personal injury attorney from Stone Rose Law will provide you with support through every step of the process, ensuring the best possible outcome for your claim. 
Personal
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Car accidents can lead not only to vehicle repair bills, but also significant medical costs and potentially an impact upon your ability to work and support your family. When you are injured in a car accident that was caused by someone or something else, you could be entitled to compensation for all related costs and damages. 
Collecting what you are entitled to for your car accident requires that your damages be accurately and completely measured with evidence. This evidence is then incorporated into a complex claims process to collect the compensation you are entitled to by filing with the insurance
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Being in a car accident can lead to significant vehicle repairs, medical bills, lost wages, and even lost earnings potential in the long run. When someone or something else was the cause of your car accident, you could be entitled to compensation for all the costs and damages associated with your accident from the party that caused it. The evidence will determine who is liable, and sometimes the cause of a rear-end collision is not the driver who hit the other car. 
Rear-end collisions make up over 43% of all multi-car collisions in Arizona, according to the 2019 Arizona Crash
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Being injured in an accident caused by someone or something else will entitle you to compensation for the related costs and damages, but what if you contributed to the accident? When a person is injured while riding a motorcycle without a helmet, whether or not they are legally obligated to wear a helmet, and whether they were wearing one, will impact the outcome of their case. 
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, or lost a loved one to a motorcycle accident, it is helpful to explore your options with an experienced attorney who knows what options are
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Conservatorship Inventories and Accountings Really? Really??? You want to tell us about conservatorship inventories and accountings. And you think anyone will read this piece? Conservators for adult Protected Persons – different rules exist for certain minor conservatorships – must account for their actions. An accounting starts months beforehand, with an inventory. Arizona law requires inventories in […]
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Orders list here. I see Assn of NJ Rifle & Pistol v. Bruck (magazine size), Young v. Hawaii (permit to carry), Bianchi v. Frosh (AW ban), and Duncan v. Bonta (magazine size).

This is common when the Supreme Court decides a case in a way that changes the legal standards while other cases are on appeal. Grant the petition, vacate the Circuit court ruling, and remand to them to do it over according to the new standards. Then see if anyone wants to take a second petition from that. Of course, the Circuit may then remand to the trial
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New York proposes to ban even licensed carry in any business that does not post a sign allowing it, plus requiring 15 hours of live-fire training on a range, and banning carry on ‘sensitive place’ including parks and public transit. Word is that the legislature is meeting today to vote on this.

California proposes to require three character witnesses and to expand “sensitive areas” where guns cannot be possessed, to include “medical facilities, public transit, public parks, playgrounds, public demonstrations and any place where alcohol is sold.” It’s a safe bet that the three references requirement will be expanded to
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