“Human beings make mistakes” Arizona Republican Party – @AZGOP (Twitter) See tweet and video HERE.
Copies of filings made in the matter of Kelli Ward v. Constance Jackson, et al., Maricopa County Superior Court Case No. CV2020-015285 (Trump-Biden elections contest) are available below: Order Entered Nov. 25th in CV2020-015285-087 Verified Petition for Rule 27 Discovery Application for Order to Show Cause and For Order Granting…
“Arizona State University removed student radio station manager Rae’Lee Klein due to an unwoke tweet. Does the Cronkite School have a free speech problem?” PHOENIX magazine See full story HERE.
PHOENIX, AZ – Attorney Jack Wilenchik has filed suit on behalf of Rae’Lee Klein, a student of the ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism who was told that she cannot remain in her job as radio station manager due to her free speech. A copy of the Complaint, which was…
A unique combination of Midwest farm boy and sophisticated entrepreneur, Brian Foster has forged an impressive career and along the way built a reputation as both a trailblazer and one of the state’s top trial attorneys. Foster has not only earned the respect and trust of his law colleagues, but…
Valley attorney Brian Foster launches industrial hemp operation See full story HERE.
Jack Wilenchik, who represented Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio in an Amicus Brief, spoke with Law360 about the decision. See full story HERE.
Ex-prosecutor known for role in Jodi Arias trial is now disbarred See full story HERE.
“Twenty seconds after a Phoenix police officer pulled over Mariah Valenzuela, he took her body down on a parking lot and later slammed her against a car, bruising her face and head.” See full story HERE. FOX 10 Article: https://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/woman-says-phoenix-police-officer-badly-hurt-her-during-a-traffic-stop
An Arizona judge ruled this afternoon that Phoenix officials violated the state Constitution when they gave millions of dollars in tax breaks to a private developer called Amstar to construct a 19-story building in the city’s downtown area. See full story HERE.