Arizona Court of Appeals Division One holds that a mother who lawfully uses marijuana under the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act during her pregnancy may not be placed on the Department of Child Safety’s Central Registry.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One holds that separability doctrine requires court to consider whether alleged fraud induced individual to agree to arbitrate their claims, separate from whether individual was included to enter contract as a whole.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One holds that employer’s termination of marijuana-medical-card-possessing employee, when employee tested positive for a metabolite of marijuana after employee exhibited impairment during work, did not violate the Arizona Employment Protection Act or the Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Act.
Baeuerlen v. Ariz. State Parks & Trails Dep’t - 3/1/2022
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One holds that a just cause finding by the Arizona Law Enforcement Merit System Council regarding an officer’s discipline under A.R.S. § 41-1830.16(C)(1) extinguishes its authority to recommend a lesser sanction under § 41-1830.16(C)(2).