|Volume 7, No. 23||A Publication of the State Bar of Arizona - November 11, 2008|
Q: What happens if I write an insufficient-funds check on my client-trust account?
A: By being an approved financial institution, your bank has agreed to report any insufficient-funds checks on client-trust accounts to the State Bar. The report will be investigated as a bar complaint. Read Rule 44(d).
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November 7, 2009 - 2 CA-CR 2008-0037 - State of Arizona v. Alvin Edward Williams
In resentencing the defendant, previously convicted of first-degree murder, to a natural life term, was the trial court required to make findings in a special verdict or otherwise articulate reasons for imposing the sentence it did? Read more.
November 10, 2008 - CR 07-0644 - State v. Zaputil
Does the trial court lose jurisdiction to enter a restitution award after a defendant has completed his probation and his conviction is set aside pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes section 13-907? Read more.
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Rogers v. Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, No. 07-55071
In a wage claim suit brought by three employees against their employer-cruise ship operator, grant of employer's motion to compel arbitration is affirmed over their claim that federal statutes exempt their employment contracts from the scope of Title 9 of the United States Code where: 1) plaintiffs' employment contracts are "considered as commercial" under Title 9; and 2) thus, the arbitration provisions contained in their employment contracts are enforceable. Read more.
Humphries v. County of Los Angeles, No. 05-56467 California's maintenance of the California's Child Abuse Central Index (CACI), which is a database of known or suspected child abusers, violates the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment because identified individuals are not given a fair opportunity to challenge the allegations against them Read more.
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