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Show me the Note: New Defense for Arizona Homeowners

Show-me-the-note is now a recognized defense for Arizona homeowners facing foreclosure, decided the Arizona Court of Appeals on January 30, 2014 in Steinberger v. McVey. The show-me-the-note mortgage foreclosure defense alleges that, despite the borrower being in default on the loan, the foreclosing party is neither the beneficiary nor the trustee [...]

2014-10-03T19:48:28+00:00 October 3rd, 2014|Articles & Publications|

Eric English elected to Board of Directors for Yavapai County Bar Association

Mr. English was elected as secretary of the Board of Directors for the Yavapai County Bar Association (YCBA).  Elections were held October 2013 for all current Board positions.  YCBA is the voice of Yavapai County's diverse legal community and works to support and inform their 210 attorney members and numerous associate members, [...]

2018-02-17T11:54:59+00:00 September 29th, 2014|Awards & Honors|

DUI Defense

Over Labor Day Weekend, Arizona police issued a four-day statewide DUI enforcement crackdown and arrested 582 people on suspicion of DUI. That's 79 more than last year, or about a 16 percent increase.  Of those arrested, the average blood alcohol content was .145. DUIs in which authorities suspected drug use [...]

2018-02-17T11:55:23+00:00 September 26th, 2014|Case Summaries|

Our Law Firm

We are responsive to our clients’ needs and keep our clients informed about their cases and legal issues. We pride ourselves on building lasting relationships with clients throughout the Prescott area and Northern Arizona.

2018-02-17T11:55:50+00:00 August 20th, 2014|General News|

AZ Supreme Court: Non-Impairing Marijuana Metabolites Cannot be Basis for DUI Conviction

A divided Arizona Supreme Court significantly limited the scope of Arizona Driving Under the Influence laws in a decision published last week. Under the pertinent section of the DUI statute, driving is prohibited “While there is any drug…or its metabolite in the person's body.”  A.R.S. § 28-1381(a)(3).  Past Arizona cases [...]

2018-02-27T17:51:33+00:00 April 30th, 2014|Articles & Publications, Case Summaries|

AZ Court Concludes GPS Planted on Borrowed Car Violates 4th Amendment of Driver

Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals issued a ruling restricting police official use of GPS devices for monitoring purposes.  The Defendant was the target of a drug investigation based on information gained from informants.  When police heard that the Defendant borrowed another person’s vehicle to make “drug runs” [...]

2018-02-27T17:51:41+00:00 April 23rd, 2014|Articles & Publications, Case Summaries|

Hit by a Beer Truck? The Heightened Complexities of Commercial Accidents

Most people have been involved in an auto accident at some point in their driving lives.  Often, in a simple fender-bender, the drivers simply exchange phone numbers and insurance information.  While that may be sufficient in certain cases, it is insufficient in an accident involving commercial vehicles.  Generally, in a [...]

2014-04-08T21:00:38+00:00 April 8th, 2014|Articles & Publications|

Good News for Home Business Owners: 2013 Home Office Deduction is Much Easier to Claim

With the tax return deadline right around the corner, it’s important for taxpayers to stay abreast of the changes to the Code that take effect this tax year.  One such change involves the previously-nightmarish “Home Office” Deduction. Increasingly, American taxpayers have started and run businesses not from business-specific buildings or [...]

2014-03-28T18:52:21+00:00 March 28th, 2014|Articles & Publications|