Monthly Archives: September 2017

Equitable Defense of Waiver Allowed Husband Credit for Spousal Maintenance Payments Made Directly to Wife

Spousal Maintenance

Trial court properly credited husband with spousal maintenance payments made directly to the wife and not to the Arizona Support Payment Clearinghouse; equitable defense of waiver meant husband’s direct payments were permitted by law after court hearing. Gus Schultz v. Taryn Schultz Trial Court Rejected Wife’s Hyper-Technical Argument for Payment Arrears According to the spouses’ […]

Public Colleges and Universities Can Prohibit Medical Marijuana But Statute Modifying AMMA Unconstitutional

Criminal Defense

ASU student with medical marijuana card convicted of drug possession on campus despite having amount allowed by Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA). Reversed on appeal. AMMA amendment was unconstitutional to extent it violated the Voter Protection Act. Arizona v. Andre Lee Juwaun Maestas Arizona Legislation Prohibited Medical Marijuana on Public College and University Campuses The […]