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How COVID-19 Lockdown Measures Impacted Crime

How COVID-19 Lockdown Measures Impacted Crime

Northern Arizona Coronavirus Major Crime Trends

Wondering how the COVID-19 pandemic played a role in crime? If so, click for the biggest changes in crime stats due to lockdown measures.

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What to Expect When Adopting a Child in Arizona

Adoption Application Law Flagstaff AZ

Looking for a qualified and experienced law firm to represent your Arizona adoption case? If so, click to schedule a free consultation at Antol & Sherman today.

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Access to Justice: Are your constitutional criminal rights protected during a pandemic?

constitutional criminal rights protected

How Coronavirus is impacting criminal court proceedings in Coconino County.   UPDATED: June 4th 2020 Throughout the entire coronavirus stay-at-home order, courthouses in Arizona and locally in Coconino County have remained open. Government in general is classified as essential but the courthouses go a step further because they are our access to justice in the…

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Price Gouging During a Pandemic: What’s in the law?

Price Gouging Flagstaff Arizona

Both online and in stores, shoppers are finding that many needed items are in short supply. Initial surges in panic buying due to the COVID-19 pandemic left shelves bare in supermarkets and other shops across the country. Some shoppers have since been unable to stock up on basic necessities such as toilet paper, cleaning supplies, and many healthcare products. To make matters worse, some see the crisis as an opportunity to take advantage of and profit from shoppers’ fear and uncertainty.

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What Does the Families First Coronavirus Response Act Mean for You

Family First Coronavirus Response

Signed on March 18, 2020, and in effect as of April 2, The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) extends tax relief to employers and paid sick leave during COVID-19 to certain employees of small businesses. The bill also provides funding to state and government agencies to expand unemployment and nutritional assistance benefits and establish free coronavirus testing.

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