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Arizona Medical Marijuana Lawyers Corso Law Group Know The Only Way to Handle a Marijuana Possession Charge is with an Experienced Attorney

Scottsdale, Ariz. – In Arizona, there are many different ways to defend possession of marijuana. The experienced Arizona marijuana lawyers at Corso Law Group will handle any case professionally from start to finish. “An experienced drug defense lawyer improves the chances of your drug charge being reduced or dismissed,” said Christopher P. Corso, Esq. “We are Arizona marijuana lawyers who will evaluate any and all weaknesses in the state’s case against you. We understand the position you are in, and we want to do whatever we can to help.” Arizona Marijuana Lawyers The Arizona marijuana lawyers at Corso Law Group […]

Zoe Brugger Case Shines Light on Police Misconduct

Imagine you’re driving home when you’re pulled over for a routine traffic stop. Your headlight is out. A broken headlight isn’t a big deal, right? In a case that’s quickly gaining attention throughout the country, that broken headlight could land one Florida law official in the spotlight. According to the Huffington Post, Zoe Brugger, a 28-year-old mother, was ordered to lift up her shirt and shake out her bra after she was pulled over for the broken headlight. Officer Dustin Fetz claimed Brugger was acting “suspicious” and he wanted confirmation that she was not carrying narcotics. Was Brugger acting suspicious? […]

Racial Profiling by MCSO Leads to Stricter Controls

Racial profiling and wrongful arrests are issues facing Arizona due to procedures surrounding immigration laws, but U.S. District Court Judge Murray Snow is imposing stricter rulings in order to clean up Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s controversial conduct and keep law enforcement accountable, according to a report from the Arizona Republic. Cases involving racial profiling sparked the need for Snow’s stricter impositions. Examples from the Arizona Republic include Manuel de Jesus Ortega Malendres, who was legally visiting Cave Creek when he claimed to have been unlawfully detained for nine hours outside of a church in an area where people are known to […]

Landmark Ruling Says Who You “Like” on Facebook is Your Own Business

A Virginia appellate court recently ruled that “Liking” on Facebook is protected as free speech under the first amendment. The new ruling stems from a lower court case in which Sheriff’s Deputy Daniel Ray Carter was fired for “Liking” the campaign page of his employer’s opponent in a race for re-election as sheriff. Brian Fung of the Washington Post reported that the issue in question was whether or not Carter’s action in “Liking” a post on Facebook could be construed as speech and therefore protected under the first amendment. The case caused national attention and controversy worldwide. The court viewed […]