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The Law Office of Corso & Rhude has quickly built a reputation for its vigorous defense of clients, using its lawyers' previous experience with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office and other prosecutorial agencies to assist its clients with their criminal defense cases.
attorney in Phoenix, Ann Birmingham Scheel, released a statement saying her office "is closing its investigation into allegations of criminal conduct" by current and former members of the sheriff's and county attorney's offices.
District Attorney Alex Gardner, who also runs the county attorney's office, said the county is trying to comply with Handy's records request but that Handy has asked for a very broad range of possible documents for which the county would have to conduct elaborate and time-consuming computer searches.
The letter complains that the Montgomery County Ethics Commission and the Montgomery County Attorney's office have unlawfully "swept" some of her office's computers.
E-mentors are from local law firms such as Shutts & Bowen, Akerman Senterfitt, Hunton & Williams, Bilzin Sumberg, GrayRobinson, Petros & Elegant, Stack Fernandez, K & L Gates, Cole Scott & Kissane, the Miami-Dade County Attorney's Office, and many other law firms or legal organizations within the Miami area.
PHOENIX (AP) -- A former student accused of shooting three people in a community college's computer lab has been charged with three counts of aggravated assault, the Maricopa County Attorney's office said.
After a two-month investigation, the County Attorney's Office decided not to file charges.
The Cache County Attorney's Office on Tuesday charged Wallace with third-degree felony drug distribution as well as misdemeanor drug possession and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.