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Yelp Law Enforcement Reviews of Arizona Law Enforcement

Every so often rumors spread about the bad conditions within Arizona prisons and jails.  Many times these rumors spread because our friends made a few bad decisions and have taken a “tour.”

But the user review site Yelp has opened the door to the inner world of jails and prisons.  Like restaurants and concert venues, jails […]

Truth on the Internet

In a recent news stories it was suggested that laws will soon be introduced to make the internet more transparent.  Of course fraud has become commonplace on the internet.  It’s hoped that amending the CFAA (Computer Fraud and Abuse Act) would allow the nature of the internet to become more open and truthful.  Here are […]

Arizona’s Other Papers Please Law

A new bill in Arizona would make it a class 1 misdemeanor to intentionally use a public bathroom or locker-room assigned to a gender other than what was listed on a person’s birth certificate.  The penalties associated with the violation of the law would be a $2,500 fine or up to six months in prison.

The […]

What is the Arizona Move Over Campaign?

It’s illegal to not move over or slow down when a law enforcement official has pulled someone over to the side of the road.  This law seeks to protect officers and suspects that are in a vulnerable position during traffic stops.  Overall, it is a perfectly reasonable and straightforward, if little known, law.

However, that law […]

Unlock your Phone and Copyright Law

One of the most frustrating things about getting a new phone is having a limed set of applications available.  One type of phone may not work with a certain cellphone provider.  To remedy this many people attempt to unlock their cellphones. But it has been questionable as to whether doing so would be legal.

In October […]

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