Arizona Law

Maricopa County Attorney Seeks to Stop Waivers

Arizona Republic:  “Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas has asked a Superior Court judge to stop county management from forcing his attorneys to sign temporary waivers that would effectively have them report to the county manager instead of to Thomas.  The move is the latest salvo in a battle over who handles the county’s legal business.”

Arizona Law

Arizona Bar Owners Embrace New Gun Bill

Greg Patterson of Expresso Pundit is critical of an article in the Arizona Republic that claimed Arizona bar owners are beating the door down to ban people with concealed carry weapons permits from bringing their guns into bars.  Greg says . . . over 98% of bar owners have elected not to post signs.  Wow,…

US Law

Justices Discuss a Changing U.S. Supreme Court

The Washington Post reviews an up-coming C-Span tv series about the new U.S. Supreme Court.  The headline of the story is “Interviews With C-SPAN Reveal Tight Bonds Despite Deep Divisions.” To some extent, it’s unsettling,” Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. told C-SPAN as part of a series of broadcasts the network plans about the…


Our 1st Post

This is the first post in the new KEYTLaw blog.  I’ve been procrastinating for years about starting a blog.  I finally got my act together and our new blog is alive! Like the KEYTlaw website located at, the purpose of this blog is to give people information about legal issues.  The content of this…


State by State Medical Marijuana Laws 2008

Marijuana Policy Project’s most recent edition [2008] of its state-by-state report on medical marijuana laws in the U.S. The report contains both a summary and an in-depth review of current medical marijuana laws; an overview of the history of medical marijuana policy; and MPP’s model medical marijuana legislation, which is based on the most effective…