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Attorney Brad Rideout is the managing attorney of Rideout Law Group. Brad got his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University, then got his law degree from Chapman University School of Law. Brad has years of criminal law experience, both as an Attorney and a Prosecutor on everything from DUI’s to Felony Trials.
Brad Rideout, Attorney-at-Law
The team at Rideout Law understands that every case is different, and works to craft a customized plan around each client’s best defense strategy. Rideout Law has handled many sensitive cases, in which professionals (like teachers, firefighters, and other public servants) needed to protect themselves after being accused of a crime. Since a criminal conviction can easily cost someone their job and reputation, these individuals had a lot at stake.
They turned to Rideout Law because they had confidence that they’d be treated with respect, in a confidential manner, and get the best defense team for their needs. With multiple locations around Arizona, you can rest assured Rideout Law can handle your criminal case wherever you are.
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Arizona Law Updates
Bullhead City holding first Amnesty Day
Bullhead City will be hosting its first Amnesty Day to help lower the total number of current active warrants. Bullhead City Municipal Court is holding an Amnesty Day on Sept. 10 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. With over 3,000 outstanding cases with active warrants, this day is being hosted with the hope of giving …
Potential California Legislation Could Open Doors For Medical Marijuana in Hospitals
New California legislation could make it possible for hospitals to give cannabis to patients in legalized states. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the governor of California’s office are determining if hospitals and healthcare facilities can allow patients to use medical marijuana without the risk of federal funding being stripped in …
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Marijuana Education Program Added to Social Equity License Application
Arizona adds an education program to apply for social equity license. A marijuana business education program has been added as a mandatory step for the process of applying for a social equity license in Arizona. The class will be offered for free by the Arizona Department of Health and Safety. This program will be required …
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Civil Rights Investigation into Phoenix Police Launched
The Justice Department launches a civil rights investigation into the Phoenix police department The Justice Department announced a civil rights investigation on Aug. 5 into the Phoenix police department to investigate its use of force and policies on dealing with homeless residents. This is the third federal probe into local law enforcement under the Biden …
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Sting Gone Wrong Takes Down Top Arizona Liquor Cops
An undercover sting led to the resignation of three Arizona Liquor Department employees. What was supposed to be a simple undercover sting to figure out if a strip club was following covid protocols in Oct. 2020, led to the resignation of a top detective and two senior administrators at the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses …
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The US Senate Introduced a Draft Bill to Legalize Marijuana.
A draft bill has been introduced to Congress with the potential to legalize marijuana at the federal level. The conversation of legalizing marijuana at the federal level is starting once again with the unveiling of Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer’s newest draft bill, the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act. This bill comes following the …
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Task Force to Start Working in Cities Around the US to Stop Illegal Gun Trafficking
Justice Department implements new plan to help curb illegal gun sales across the US. The US Justice Department has put a new plan in place to reduce violent crime across US cities. Five federal strike teams will start working with local police in some of the most populous cities with the goal of stopping illegal …
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Oregon Legislature Passes a Deception Bill that Prevents Police from Lying to Youth During Interrogations
Oregon Legislature Passes a Deception Bill that Prevents Police from Lying to Youth During Interrogations In June, Oregon became the second state to pass a deception bill that prevents law enforcement from lying to people under the age of 18 during interrogations. The bill bans false promises of leniency and false claims about the existence …
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Numerous factors are causing an increase in fatal wrong-way crashes In Arizona
Numerous factors are causing an increase in fatal wrong-way crashes In Arizona Cathy Hocking has had a hauntingly lonely life since April 14th, 2017 when her two daughters, Kelsey and Karli, were killed in Phoenix by a wrong-way driver. Kelsey and Karli decided to drive late at night to see the sunrise at the Grand …
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New Wording on a Budget Bill Could Allow DPS to Deny Requests for Body Cam Footage
“Eleventh-hour language” was recently added to a budget bill on the eve of the anniversary of George Floyd’s and Dion Johnson’s deaths. This would potentially give DPS (Department of Public Safety) more leverage on denying public record requests for bodycam footage on state troopers. There is worry from legal advocates and media organizations that the …
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