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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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If Only Gun Control Helped

Note: This was written in the aftermath of the January 8th, 2011 shooting of Gabby Giffords and 5 others outside of a shopping mall in Tucson, Arizona.  It’s happened again. Another tragic and senseless waste of human life. This time, it happened in our own backyard and […]

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Massad Ayoob on personal defense

Massad Ayoob discusses many of his professional activiites, ranging from firearms training, Continuing Legal Education, expert witness work, 2nd Amendment advocacy, competitive shooting, and has a nice shout-out to Tim around 1:30. 

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Securing Your Guns

WEAPONS SECURITY There is a inherent tension, sometimes obvious only to those who have utilized seven years of their life to destroy all rational thought, otherwise known as attorneys. keeping a firearm secure and safe from unauthorized users, while at the same time allowing it be presented […]

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What would your fee typically be in a ‘self-defense’ type shooting case?

From the prospective client’s perspective, this is one of the most important questions they face. Attorneys are expensive, particularly in cases involving the use or display of a firearm. This may well be the second largest (after a mortgage) and most important expenditure the client has ever […]

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