A small police department in Northern Arizona is among the first in the nation to supply its officers with weapon mounted cameras.
The Navajo Nation Council passed an amendment to Title 17 of the Navajo Nation Code making it a specific crime to carry a deadly weapon concealed.
PHOENIX — On February 27, 2018 the Arizona Supreme Court ruled on a case involving a man who claimed non-involvement but later wanted the jury to consider that his actions–or rather the lack thereof–were done in self-defense. In 2013 Antajuan Stewart Carson Jr. was charged and ultimately convicted of second-degree murder after a fight at […]
This article is meant to take a look at Arizona’s open carry laws so that you folks can get a better idea what is and is not legal in the state.
In 2009 I received an unusual call from a student of mine. He told me over the phone that he had been ordered by a judge to re-take my class. That raised a red flag and when he came to the class I asked for the story. I’ll paraphrase but in short this is what […]
If you are considering an upcoming firearm purchase, to gift to someone you care about, there are some legal considerations and best practices to be aware of. Firearm Gifts Legal Considerations Beware of Straw Purchases. A straw purchase is defined as when someone makes a purchase on behalf of someone else who may not be […]