Posts Tagged ‘Arizona law’

U.S. Attorney Replies to State Lawsuit

Today’s East Valley Tribune reports on the motion to dismiss filed by the United States through the District Attorney’s office in Phoenix in the lawsuit brought in Phoenix by the State of Arizona. The story is on the Tribune’s Website, found at http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/arizona/article_62931b84-bc9e-11e0-b98a-001cc4c03286.html. The story isn’t long, and isn’t legalistic. The reporter just notes that […]

THE DOOBIE BROTHERS RISE AGAIN

There’s just no being quit with Arizona’s medical marijuana realm. Just the last four days have provided plenty of intrigue hereabouts. In reverse chronological order, on Tuesday the 24th, this story hit the press wires: Governor Jan Brewer and Attorney General Tom Horne announced in a statement Tuesday that Arizona will file a suit seeking a […]

TAKING THE HIGH GROUND IN MEDICAL MARIJUANA BUSINESS LEGAL COUNSELING-PART TWO

In a preceding post from a few days back, I offered that there are several highly unsettling aspects of the State Bar’s Ethics Opinion 11-01 issued in February, 2011. I registered a complaint with the State Bar Ethics Committee, and they kindly responded in due course, for which I am grateful. I hope that they […]