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Archive for 2013

The Politics of Self-Defense

By now, nearly everyone in United States has come to know the name George Zimmerman. To say that he is famous is to ignore the meaning of the word infamy. The other person inextricably linked to Zimmerman’s name is Trayvon Martin. Just who is viewed as the […]

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Less-Lethal Force

Many people are apprehensive about the concept of carrying a loaded firearm concealed. They do, however, understand that the world can be a savage place, including bad guys who actively seek victims to prey upon. Despite this knowledge, they are just not quite ready to take the […]

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How Do Recent Executive Orders Affect NFA Trusts?

On Thursday, August 29, 2013, President Barack Obama passed two more executive orders which will adversely affect law-abiding gun owners. Exactly how, and exactly when, remain to be seen. The first of these two orders is probably the one that will affect gun owners the least, though […]

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Is a rose still a rose if you call it joint decision making authority?

Is a rose still a rose if you call it “joint decision making authority?” The Arizona State Legislature recently enacted a law that changes the basic parameters of child custody cases in Arizona. Or does it? ARS 25-403 now informs us that we no longer have “joint” or “sole” […]

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Personal Injury and the “Spartan Mindset”

Personal Injury and the “Spartan Mindset” I am proud that many of the people with whom I associate, and, who refer clients to me, are not “whiners.” People being as they are, we often associate with other like- minded people and, as a result, most of my […]

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Is the citizenship glass half-full after all?

Is the citizenship glass half-full after all? As a judge pro tem in the Scottsdale City Court (Scottsdale, Arizona) for approximately the last ten years or so, I now find myself as one of the two or three “old hands” at this exciting and educational part-time job. […]

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