Mayhem in the Sky – Airline Misconduct & Violence

As a criminal defense attorney, I would like to know, what the hell is going on with airline travel these days? I keep seeing stories of airline passengers assaulting airline employees as well as other passengers. Has everyone lost their damn minds? There are things you need to know about this.
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United States Supreme Court Case – New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen

The United States Supreme Court 2nd Amendment Case - New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen. Attorney Andrew Marcantel - A big and important Second Amendment case in the United States Supreme Court right now is going to change the face of gun rights in this country.
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Vaccine and Mask Mandates Imposed by Businesses

We have been getting a lot of people contacting our law firm with questions about mask and vaccine mandates imposed by businesses and whether or not they can file a lawsuit.
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USCCA Self-Defense Policy Exposed

The USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association) is one of the most talked about Concealed Carry insurances on the market. But are you really covered when it matters the most?
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Why Hire A Trial Lawyer For Your Personal Injury Case

Not all lawyers are trial lawyers. In fact, some lawyers don't go to court at all in personal injury matters. Instead, if they are not able to settle the case, they farm the cases out to other lawyers who have experience with trying personal injury cases.
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10 Things To Think About Before Hiring An Attorney

If you are considering hiring an attorney for a legal matter, we would be honored if you would consider our law firm. We would be happy to meet with you in person and answer these 10 questions as they are related to our law firm.
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Bill of Rights Day 2021

The Bill of Rights Day: AZLP’s 2021 Pulse Check - Attorney Marc J. Victor will be participating via Zoom.
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Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict and Legal Analysis

CHECK YOUR POLITICAL AFFILIATION AT THE DOOR! Two experienced trial attorneys give a full, legal analysis of the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and self-defense law, on this week’s episode of The Peace Radicals Podcast!
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Should I Talk To The Police If I Am Arrested for a Crime?

If you are being questioned by the police you should always invoke your right to remain silent. If you can’t resist the urge to talk, just say what’s on the back of my business card above. Then, ask to speak to your attorney as soon as possible.
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Motion to Set Aside Conviction – Isn’t This Just an Expungement?

In Arizona, your conviction may be Set Aside depending on a few things. Arizona Senate Bill (SB 1189) provides, “every person convicted of a criminal offense [some exceptions apply]” may apply to the sentencing court and request the conviction be “Set Aside” so long as your entire sentence is satisfied; you successfully completed all court-ordered terms and conditions. You must understand, the court is not compelled to grant your motion.
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Most Mass Shootings Happen in Gun Free Zones

Most Mass Shootings Happen In Gun-Free Zones – After dozens of warning signs and alerts from concerned citizens went unnoticed, a shooter walked into a South Florida high school and murdered 17 people. In the wake of the tragic mass shooting, guns and “gun-free zones” have become hot-button issues.
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Probation – Rehabilitation in Theory vs Practice

Throughout this blog, I am going to discuss what probation is intended to be, the unrealistic expectations, and what probation is really like. Please keep in mind that the context of the blog is general; some things discussed will not apply to everyone.
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Stop Resisting!

I have represented many clients who have been charged with the passive resistance subsection of the statute. A telltale sign that the charge will be showing up on an ill-fated arrestee’s citation can be summed up in one phrase: “STOP RESISTING!” If one is unfortunate enough to hear an officer yell this stern command at the time of their arrest, chances are they will soon find themselves facing the additional crime.
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What Is the First Step Act?

The First Step Act is legislation that President Trump signed into law.  Although this is a step in the right direction, it’s important to note that this law will only affect those who are in the Federal System of roughly 181,000 inmates, which makes up only a small percentage of our over 2.1 million total prison population.
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What To Do If You Are Charged With A Federal Crime

There are many criminal defense attorneys out there, but very few of them are licensed to practice in federal court. It may be surprising to some that you need to be admitted to federal court and not all criminal defense attorneys are. In fact, very few, a small percentage of them are admitted to federal court and an even smaller percentage of them actually go to federal court on a regular basis.
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Suffering Damages – What You Need to Know

These damages are calculated using a special formula that takes the costs of your medical expenses; multiplies them by another number known as a multiplier. While the formula is important to determine the value of your claim, the value of the multiplier is subjective and dependent on whether your lawyer can defend that your claim warrants higher value damages. If you have been injured and are considering seeking pain and suffering damages, here are a few things you should keep in mind.
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What to do if You Are a Passenger in a Motor Vehicle Accident?

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, you need an experienced auto accident attorney to defend your legal rights. The Attorney for Freedom Law Firm can help you receive all the compensation you deserve. With over 25 years of experience, the Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm will fight for you and your rights. Don’t be bullied by the insurance companies and settle for less than you deserve, call our office today and schedule an appointment.
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Making an Insurance Claim for a Vehicle Damaged in an Accident

There are generally two avenues for making an insurance claim to have your vehicle repaired or replaced after an accident. First, you can go through your own insurance company if you have collision coverage, regardless of whether you or another person caused the accident. Second, you can make a claim to the adverse driver’s insurance carrier if the adverse driver caused the accident. Here are some points to consider when making a claim as to damage to your vehicle.
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Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Join The Attorneys On Retainer Program

Today I want to tell you about our exciting new, Attorneys on Retainer Program. By joining the program, you actually become a client of the law firm for just $25 a month. Yes, that’s right, you will become an actual client of the law firm. This means you will have our law firm standing by in the event you ever need any of our legal services.
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Motorcycle Accident Injuries

While many accidents can be prevented, unfortunately, not all passenger vehicle drivers are aware of how to best share the road. When drivers make mistakes, often the individuals who suffer the greatest injuries are motorcyclists. Riders don’t have the protective chassis of a car and therefore are more at risk of traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, and other serious life-altering damage.
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