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Arizona Bill Would Require a Warrant for Police to Search Phone Safeguarded by Fingerprint

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Arizona lawmakers may prevent police from forcing someone to unlock their phone with a fingerprint without a warrant.A recent court case in Virginia brought up the possibility that there are situations in which police could force someone to unlock their phone with a fingerprint, like with Apple’s TouchID, but would not be able to force someone to give up a ... Read More »

AZCOPS introduces legal counsel

AZCOPS is pleased to announce the retention of attorneys with Robaina & Kresin PLLC to represent our members. Robaina & Kresin is an employment law firm representing employees in the public and private sector throughout Arizona, in administrative appeals, mediations, arbitrations, and in state and federal courts. Our attorneys include: Edmundo Robaina – Edmundo received his B.S. in Business Administration ... Read More »

AZCOPS officer cleared in use of force incident

AZCOPS officer cleared in use of force incident (Posted: Sept. 30, 2009) AZCOPS is pleased to announce that the Yavapai County Attorney has officially cleared Officer Brian Eckenboy in a shooting that occurred in February 2009. As AZCOPS Legal and his own department recognized months ago, Officer Eckenboy was fully justified in shooting the suspect after he threatened the officer ... Read More »

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