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WHY “INNOCENCE” IS AN UNCERTAIN NOTION

WHY “INNOCENCE” IS AN UNCERTAIN NOTION by Timothy A. Forshey If, God forbid, any of us are ever called upon to draw, or, even more seriously, use, our firearm in the defense of human life, and we know, unequivocally, we were justified in so doing, how can […]

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WHY YOU WANT YOUR FIREARMS ATTORNEY TO UNDERSTAND FIREARMS

WHY YOU WANT YOUR FIREARMS ATTORNEY TO UNDERSTAND FIREARMS by Timothy A. Forshey It should come as no surprise that there are a lot (way too many by a factor of ten, perhaps?) of attorneys out there, many of whom would be delighted to handle your case, […]

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2016: New ATF Final Rule about Background Checks

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UPDATE ON ATF 41P STATUS—NFA TRUST MODIFICATIONS WILL OCCUR

UPDATE ON ATF 41P STATUS—NFA TRUST MODIFICATIONS WILL OCCUR On January 4, 2016, The U.S. Department of Justice finally took the next step (via an official “ruling”) to implement President Obama’s 2013 executive order concerning modifications to the interpretation of the law concerning acquisition of Title 2 […]

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How To Help Your Attorney Reduce Your Fees

It is the practice of our firm to provide you with excellent service while keeping your fees as low as possible.  Litigation is expensive.  We wanted to give you a few helpful hints in ways you can “help us to help you” and in doing so, reducing […]

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Spousal Maintenance

Spousal maintenance is tricky. Anyone who tells you that they can determine how much maintenance you’re entitled to, or for how long, is a liar–unless he or she is the judge rendering their verdict following your trial! Arizona revised statutes Chapter 25–319 is the statute which governs […]

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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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