Congressman Gosar wrong on immigration – he’s no John Adams

(Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) By Samuel Doncaster | Arizona Capital Times When refugees arrived at Arizona’s southern border seeking asylum, attorneys helped.  They advised newcomers about their rights, and they helped strangers ask permission to enter the land of the free. That access to counsel is one of the hallmarks of a free country. John …

Supreme Court rules state has say on gun laws, not cities; ‘perceived as a win for fiscal conservatives,’ says Rose Law Group litigation attorney Logan Elia, who focuses on gun law and creating National Firearms Trusts

By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services Declaring lawmakers have the final say, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Thursday that cities, towns and counties have no right to enact their own gun regulations. In a unanimous conclusion, the justices voided a 2005 Tucson ordinance that says when the police department obtains a gun through seizure or surrender, the agency “shall …

Mesa pays $13k after police officers lose woman’s dog; did the city get a bargain? asks Evan Bolick, Rose Law Group litigation attorney on channel 3

3TV | CBS 5    MESA, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) –A Valley woman with a mental disability says she is still “torn up” emotionally after Mesa police officers lost her dog. The City of Mesa paid Dawn Bennett $13,000 in January to avoid any lawsuits related to the incident at a motel on Main Street, according to documents obtained by KTVK/KPHO. …

Rose law group litigator, Logan Elia, who handles drone related issues comments on FAA OKs ‘drone journalism’ starting in August

By Paul Bedard | Washington Examiner Drone journalism is coming to a newspaper and TV station near you within 60 days. New Federal Aviation Administration rules on the flying devices opens the door to newsrooms using drones to cover events, peer into buildings and capture images like never before, according to the founder of the Drone Journalism Lab at the …

The latest legal developments in the medical marijuana debate; interview with Rose Law Group partner Ryan Hurley

By Lisa Ellis and Nikki Kean | Practical Pain Management The new year has brought reasons to celebrate for medical marijuana proponents. A flurry of activity occurred at the end of 2015, including Congressional passage of the Rohrabacker-Farr amendment  (H.R. 83, Sec. 538)1 and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) easing restrictions for medical marijuana research.2 According to an article in Forbes, …