Keelan Johnson Statement

Keelan Johnson Statement

Keelan and his family are pleased with today’s outcome, which allows him to focus his energy on returning to the game he loves and, most importantly, focus on being a positive role model and good citizen. While Keelan can’t change the events of July 20, he has never denied or tried to minimize his responsibility in the events that occurred. He accepts and respects the decision of Judge Cohen and will dedicate himself to proving that he is worthy of a second chance. Comment from Agent Josh Arnold Keelan is a fine young man who has lived his life in […]

Fighting Crime with Social Media

Police around the country are using instant messages, text conversations, posts, photos, videos and more to aid criminal investigations, in addition to creating their own department accounts to reach their communities with alerts and updates. Such investigation methods have come a long way since the days when phone records, followed by text messages and then emails proved to be powerful evidence as police investigations evolved over time. Today, communication and information sharing goes beyond calls and texts with social media, and police departments are utilizing this technology as a tool for fighting crime. When a South Carolina man was shot […]

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2015 Responsibly or Risk a Severe Arizona DUI

St. Patrick’s Day means an increase in Arizona DUI arrests, which is why Corso Law Group warns Valley residents to enjoy the holiday responsibly or face the costly consequences. Last St. Patrick’s Day, alcohol-fueled events and parties led to dangerous roads. Arizona DUI task forces reported 3,900 arrests over the weekend with 233 related to drunk driving. That number was up from St. Patrick’s Day weekend in 2013, when 212 DUI arrests were made. Of the 233 people arrested in 2014, 81 reported blood-alcohol levels of 0.15 percent or higher, which is considered an extreme DUI in Arizona, and 10 […]