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Eric J. Petrie, Attorney at Law

Eric Petrie has a law practice in Phoenix (AZ)
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10429 South 51st Street Suite 285, Phoenix, AZ 85044
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    SBWire (press release) However, the CJEU suggested in its judgment of 19 April 2012 (Az. C-415/10) that the employer's refusal of access to information must be taken into consideration where there is evidence of facts which may constitute discrimination. On the basis of ... more »
    2012-11-24T05:10:00Z Bikers suing policeERIC BETZ Sun Staff Reporter ...
    Arizona Daily Sun The Sons of Hell are now seeking monetary damages and demanding policy changes from the Coconino County Sheriff's Office and the Arizona Department of Public Safety. Members claim that officers violated their constitutional rights to due process, free ... more »
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    Lawfare (blog) But the fight over detention policy began in earnest in March, when McKeon and Senator John McCain (R-AZ) introduced the Detainee Security Act and the Military Detainee Procedures Improvement Act in the House and Senate, respectively. These bills were ... more »
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