Author: Robert Northrop

Be Wary of Arizona’s Flex Loans

2020 has been a stressful year, so far. In the midst of all that has happened, over 30 million Americans lost their jobs. Some projections estimate that the unemployment rate could rise to over 25% through the second half of 2020. The CARES Act and other legislation was enacted in an attempt to bandage the economy during these […]

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CARES ACT FACT SHEET: Paycheck Protection Program (PPP); Economic Injury Disaster Loan Grant (EIDL); Debt Relief Program (DRP)

This Fact Sheet is provided to give information about the key provisions of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act, hereinafter the “Act”). There are three main programs of the Act under Title I – Keeping American Workers Paid and Employed Act. The three main programs are: the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”); the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Grant […]

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A Silver Lining to Foreclosures: Obtaining Excess Proceeds from Property Sales

Although the real estate market has been in an upswing for several years and we are far past the great recession, there are still circumstances that can arise and cause people to lose their homes to foreclosure.  The only silver lining is that a property can sell for more than what is owed to the creditor […]

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Does Hashish Fall Outside of Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Act?

On March 19, 2019, the Arizona Supreme Court heard oral arguments on State of Arizona v. Jones.  The issue was whether the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA) also includes hashish.  Rodney Jones was convicted and served 2.5 years for possessing 0.5 grams of hashish he purchased from a dispensary with his AMMA card.  Yavapai county […]

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For Arizona Medical Marijuana Users, Your Car is Not a Private Place

The Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA) does not grant immunity to card holders smoking marijuana in a public place, including if you want to “toke up” inside your car before a concert.  The Arizona Court of Appeals Division One, Affirmed Judge Michael Gordon’s Superior Court Ruling in State v. Tagge.  After a bench trial, Judge Gordon […]

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