Not all conservatives want to lock up sick grannies and other medical-marijuana patients, a fact proven by the thousands of right-wingers who in 2010 voted "yes" on Arizona's Prop 203.
Yet in polls, Republicans and conservatives do tend to favor penalties for the plant's growth and use more often t ... More >>
About 1,000 victims who lost money back in the 1980s to Sherman Unkefer, the former head of a major precious metals firm in Phoenix, will be sought for possible restitution of $7.5 million.
The case was remanded back to trial court on September 21 by the state Court of Appeal ... More >>
Sherman Unkefer brags that his new company makes $250,000 a month. Victims of his 1980s-era fraud case may yet get a piece of that action.
The Maricopa County Attorney's Office will "definitely" still pursue a 22-year-old, $7.5 million restitution case against former gold mogul Sherman Unkef ... More >>
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Days before North American Coin and Currency collapsed in 1982, Robert Bartemus received a check for about $8,000 for the silver he had stored with the precious-metals company.
The check bounced.
"I was just devastated at the time," says Bartemus, ... More >>