Arizona Judge Declares Law Limiting Filming of Police Unconstitutional: A Victory for Transparency and Accountability

Filming the Police in Arizona

In a significant victory for civil liberties and government accountability, an Arizona judge recently ruled that the state’s law limiting the filming of police officers is unconstitutional. This landmark decision has far-reaching implications for citizens’ rights to record law enforcement activities and sheds light on the importance of transparency in our criminal justice system. In…

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Altering Evidence

In our last blog post, we talked about hidden evidence and the trouble that can cause for a case. Hiding evidence is a lie of omission, however, where one attempts to alter the truth by leaving something out. But what about a lie of commission, where one actively attempts to distort the truth? Enter the…

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Palestini Law defends Mariah Valenzuela

Mariah Valenzuela injuries 1

Hey everyone, James here, and what a way to kick things off here at Palestini Law! In case you missed it, justice was served for my client Mariah Valenzuela. Traffic stops are always scary, but we rarely expect the worst to happen. When Mariah was pulled over back in January, she had no idea how…

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