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Elderly Woman Sues Gila County After Mistreatment in Jail

63 year-old  woman with a history of mental illness sues Gila County for false imprisonment and mistreatment after being forced to drink toilet water. Tamara Barnicoat, 63, was arrested and jailed while having a psychotic episode back in October of 2019 for trespassing and other minor offenses. She was then held for 27 days without …

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Attorney Brad Rideout Featured on Mohave Valley Daily News’ Morning Show

Attorney Brad Rideout’s client has all charges dropped, prompting a shoutout on the Mohave Valley Daily News’ morning show the Daily Dose Rideout Law Group’s namesake, Attorney Brad Rideout, had a shoutout on the Mohave Daily News’ The Daily Dose morning show this week. Rideout’s client recently had all charges dropped due to the unconstitutional …

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Why Breaking Your Neighbor’s Political Sign Could Lead to Jail Time

In the state of Arizona, vandalizing or stealing a political sign could lead to a hefty fine or even 4 months in jail! As the 2020 Presidential election nears, political turmoil and emotions are at an all-time high. It is not uncommon for individuals to take out their politically-guided frustration on the political signs of …

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