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The Arizona Republic
What to know about Arizona court ruling on marijuana odor, searchesWith a pair of opinions published Monday, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that
What to know about Arizona court ruling on marijuana odor, searches
The Arizona Republic / Posted 10 days ago
With a pair of opinions published Monday, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that police can still use the odor of marijuana as probable cause to search a car or a premises, despite medical-marijuana laws. In both cases, one from Tucson and the other... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Arizona Supreme Court: Pot smell can still prompt a search warrantadvocates say card-holding patients could be at risk for unfair police searches
Arizona Supreme Court: Pot smell can still prompt a search warrant
FOX Carolina / Posted 11 days ago
advocates say card-holding patients could be at risk for unfair police searches after two rulings issued Monday by the Arizona Supreme Court. The court ruled the mere smell of marijuana can still be the sole basis for police to obtain a search... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Arizona Supreme Court: Pot smell can still prompt a search warrantadvocates say card-holding patients could be at risk for unfair police searches
Arizona Supreme Court: Pot smell can still prompt a search warrant
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 11 days ago
advocates say card-holding patients could be at risk for unfair police searches after two rulings issued Monday by the Arizona Supreme Court. The court ruled the mere smell of marijuana can still be the sole basis for police to obtain a search... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arizona marijuana laws: 10 things you need to knowfor public health and education, including full-day kindergarten.Can I use medi
Arizona marijuana laws: 10 things you need to know
The Arizona Republic / Posted 11 days ago
for public health and education, including full-day kindergarten.Can I use medical marijuana if I’m on probation? Yes. The Arizona Supreme Court issued two rulings in April barring courts and prosecutors from denying marijuana use as a term of... Read more
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The Christian Post
How State Bars Are Taking Down Conservative Attorneysthe hook, who I'm told is one of the most corrupt attorneys in Arizona, Scott R
How State Bars Are Taking Down Conservative Attorneys
The Christian Post / Posted 16 days ago
the hook, who I'm told is one of the most corrupt attorneys in Arizona, Scott Rhodes, boasts on his website, "In 2011, the Arizona Supreme Court appointed Mr. Rhodes to serve on its Attorney Regulation Advisory Committee. This Committee makes... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Panel Accepting Applications For Arizona Supreme Court SlotsA state commission is accepting applications for two new positions on the Arizo
Panel Accepting Applications For Arizona Supreme Court Slots
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 17 days ago
A state commission is accepting applications for two new positions on the Arizona Supreme Court. The Commission on Appellate Court Appointments will review applications, conduct interviews and recommend at least three nominees for each position to... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
James Robison, accused of bombing Republic reporter Don Bolles in 1976, dead at 90faith in the judicial system is quite shaken.” Robison’s conviction, as well a
James Robison, accused of bombing Republic reporter Don Bolles in 1976, dead at 90
The Arizona Republic / Posted 17 days ago
faith in the judicial system is quite shaken.” Robison’s conviction, as well as Dunlap’s, was vacated in 1980, when the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that his attorneys didn’t get to adequately question Adamson. Robison was not freed. He had been... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Arizona Police Taking More Evidence From DUI Suspects420 DUI arrests throughout Arizona over Memorial Day weekend and task forces bl
Arizona Police Taking More Evidence From DUI Suspects
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 18 days ago
420 DUI arrests throughout Arizona over Memorial Day weekend and task forces blanketed the state for Independence Day. The Arizona Supreme Court ruled in 2015 that results from a potentially faulty DUI testing machine could be used as evidence. But... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arizona high court agrees: Libertarian off U.S. Senate ballot(Photo: L Jim Lo Scalzo/European Pressphoto Agency) There will be no Libertari
Arizona high court agrees: Libertarian off U.S. Senate ballot
The Arizona Republic / Posted 21 days ago
(Photo: L Jim Lo Scalzo/European Pressphoto Agency) There will be no Libertarian on the ballot for the U.S. Senate, the Arizona Supreme Court has decided. What's unclear is how Frank Tamburri's complaint that he was harmed by a year-old law he... Read more

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