Excessive Force

Racial Bias and the Use of Excessive Force

As America reels from the George Floyd incident, it's time to discuss how to fix the problem of law enforcement and the use of excessive force. The first steps are pretty simple.  Law enforcement agencies need to be more careful in hiring and then monitoring "Peace officers" ("peace officer" is…

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Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash

The recent, tragic news of the death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and seven others in a helicopter crash shocked the nation. Kobe, along with his daughter and seven others, died when the helicopter they were riding in crashed during heavy fog conditions. They were apparently on their…

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Phoenix Wrong-Way Crash Injures Four

Another catastrophic wrong-way crash occurred this week along I-17 in Phoenix. As of this writing, five people suffered severe, possibly life-changing injuries. Wrong-way crashes happen with astonishing frequency across our state. The Leader Law Firm and Zachar Law Firm have brought lawsuits against the State of Arizona based on wrong-way…

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Arizona’s Deadly Highway Ranking

A disturbing study has revealed that Arizona had one of the top five, most dangerous highways in America during the summer driving months in recent years. ASecurelife.com ranked the most dangerous highways nationwide, from 2015 to 2017, based on fatalities. Interstate 10, which stretches for 329 miles through Arizona, had…

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Lawmakers Seek Generic Drug Price Investigation

Some Washington lawmakers are urging the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) to launch a criminal investigation into U.S. generic drug manufacturers to find out if their executives conspired to raise their drug prices at the expense of the American consumer. A recent lawsuit filed last month by a group…

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A Paid Day Off on Election Day

Congress recently introduced the “For the People Act of 2019” that would make the federal election day a paid holiday for all federal employees and encourages private employers to do the same. Several (13) U.S. States currently give state workers election day off with pay. Following Congress’ lead, the Leader…

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