Various cities, counties, and states have recently passed ordinances asking citizens to wear masks in public or when social distancing cannot be maintained. Many businesses have also posted rules about the use of masks within their establishments. But many people
Davis Miles criminal attorney Russ Richelsoph recently won a jury verdict representing a client who found himself in a self-defense situation and was charged with a felony. The client was involved in an altercation in a parking lot, and with
Dr. Peter Steinmetz, a brain surgeon and director at Barrow’s Neurological Institute, was arrested last week when he took his AR-15 rifle to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport for a cup of coffee. Dr. Steinmetz was arrested by Phoenix Police when
You come home from work. Wedged between your front door and the door frame is a little white business card. You reach up and pull the business card out, expecting it to be the usual solicitation junk. This business card
Most college students and their parents are not aware that getting a drug conviction while receiving federal student aid will make a student ineligible for future federally funded grants, loans, or work-study programs. A simple conviction for possession of marijuana
Attorney Russell Richelsoph is featured on azcentral.com over a recent video showcasing police force during an arrest.
This Sunday at 5:30 pm on Channel 3, Attorney Russ Richelsoph and representative JD Mesnard discuss the ramifications of criminalizing revenge porn in Arizona.
Department of Public Safety (DPS) is considering a campaign to cite people for distracted driving. Since there is no Arizona law against texting and driving, the latest talk is that DPS will use the same statute that they use when
Attorney Mark Andersen was interviewed Monday, November 11th in regards to DPS’ plans to target Arizona distracted drivers. The full interview is located here
The IRS is warning the public about a phone scam that targets people across the nation, including recent immigrants. Callers claiming to be from the IRS tell intended victims they owe taxes and must pay using a pre-paid debit card