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    Legally Speaking: What Arizona’s modified revenge porn law means for jilted lovers

    Under Arizona's modified revenge porn law, vengeful people who post nude photos or videos of their ex could be charged with a felony.
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    Get Outdoors Rookie Camp with Monica Lindstrom: Shooting range

    I asked Monica what type of firearm she had for home protection. She responded that she didn’t know but she knew that it was there and how to get to it!
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    MLB can do what NFL didn’t with hard stance against domestic violence

    MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred has a chance to do what NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell failed to: Take a hard stance against domestic violence the first time.
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    For Juan Martinez, the Jodi Arias trial was another day at the office

    The world may have been taken up by the sensational Jodi Arias trial, but for prosecutor Juan Martinez, it was just another day at the office.
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    Legally Speaking: Renting out your home short term can be a plus or minus

    If you are thinking of renting out your home short term to make some fast cash, there are several things you need to be aware of from both a legal and practical standpoint.
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    Legally Speaking: Jodi Arias no longer deserves to be in the spotlight

    I think it is safe to say good Americans and Arizonans do not want to hear Jodi Arias' self-indulging, inauthentic, feel-sorry-for-me rhetoric any longer.
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    Legally Speaking: The top seven Arizona legal cases of 2015

    In this post, I wanted to take a look back at the top legal stories that happened in 2015, both nationally and here in Arizona.
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    Legally Speaking: One-on-one with Jodi Arias attorney, Kirk Nurmi – Part Five

    In the conclusion, Kirk Nurmi tells Monica Lindstrom about how he was able to write his book, despite Jodi Arias having a right to confidentiality.
  • Defense attorney Kirk Nurmi argued against the media remaining in the courtroom at the Jodi Arias sentencing retrial on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. The judge closed the proceedings for a witness' testimony. (Twitter Photo/@troyhaydenfox10)

    Legally Speaking: One-on-one with Jodi Arias’ attorney, Kirk Nurmi – Part Four

    Kirk Nurmi, attorney for convicted killer Jodi Arias, has written a book about his experiences with her. Nurmi talks with KTAR News's legal analyst Monica Lindstrom about those five years and how they have changed him as a lawyer.
  • Defense attorney Kirk Nurmi, right, questions Dr. L.C. Miccio-Fonseca about instant chats and emails between Jodi Arias and Travis Alexander during Arias' sentencing phase retrial, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014. Arias was found guilty of first degree murder in the death of former boyfriend Travis Alexander, but the jury hung on the penalty phase, life in prison or the death sentence. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Tom Tingle, Pool)

    Legally Speaking: One-on-one with Jodi Arias’ attorney, Kirk Nurmi – Part Three

    You may remember what Kirk Nurmi, the lead defense attorney in the State v. Jodi Arias trial, looked like and you might remember the outcome of the trial but you don’t remember what he had to say about his experience with Arias. No one had heard from Nurmi about his personal ordeal of having to […]
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    Legally Speaking: One-on-one with Jodi Arias’ attorney, Kirk Nurmi – Part Two

    In this episode, Kirk Nurmi talks about the hype surrounding the Jodi Arias trial. He said he has never seen anything like it.
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    Legally Speaking: One-on-one with Jodi Arias’ attorney, Kirk Nurmi – Part One

    Until recently, no one had heard from Jodi Arias' attorney, Kirk Nurmi. In this five-part series, he talks about his new book and life in the courtroom.
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    Legally Speaking: Change in Arizona DUI law gives medical marijuana holders fair shake

    Arizona medical marijuana users will now have a fair chance to prove they were not impaired when charged with a DUI.
  • In this April 3, 1995, file photo, UCLA's Ed O'Bannon celebrates after his team won the NCAA championship game against Arkansas in Seattle. Five years after the former UCLA star filed his antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA, it goes to trial Monday, June 9, 2014, in a California courtroom. (AP Photo/Eric Draper, File)

    Legally Speaking: Are college athletes now able to get paid? Yes and no

    The debate over whether college athletes should get paid may not be over in the court of public opinion, but it appears to be over in the 9th Circuit.
  • Legally Speaking: MCSO chief deputy retakes stand in contempt hearing that could last a while

    Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Jerry Sheridan was on the stand again Friday in the civil contempt hearing against Sheriff Joe Arpaio and the department.