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Memorial Day

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Memorial Day is almost here. Many consider it the official start of summer, looking forward to sitting by the pool, floating down the salt river, enjoying a cold drink, or taking a long-needed vacation. However, Memorial Day means so much more. Memorial Day is a time to honor our military men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the …

2018 Cinco De Mayo Castillo Law Phoenix AZ

Instead of a Fiesta, Consider a Siesta!

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Today in America, Cinco de Mayo is a national holiday that commemorates Mexican culture and heritage. Some confuse Cinco de Mayo as Mexico’s Independence Day (which is September 16th), but actually it is the day that the outnumbered Mexican Army defeated the French military at Puebla de Los Angeles (currently known as Zaragoza after General Zaragoza who led them during …

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MCSO Offers Emergency Help at the Touch of a Button

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Being safe and being prepared when trouble is afoot is always a high priority at Castillo Law. Therefore, we wanted to give a shout out to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office for bringing their 911 dispatch centers into the digital age and making them more accessible to those in dangerous situations and those with disabilities. On April 2, 2018, MCSO …

2018 Country Thunder Castillo Law

When Country Thunder Rolls into Town

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Country Thunder, Arizona’s largest country music festival, is back this April for its 22ndstraight year! Last year, it is estimated that 27,000 people attended the long-running festival – and with a line-up that includes Jason Aldean, Cole Swindell, Brett Young, and Luke Bryan, this year is likely to put up similar numbers. The gates will open Wednesday, April 4, 2018 …

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Don’t “Press Your Luck” this St. Patrick’s Day

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St. Patrick’s Day celebrates the introduction of Christianity to Ireland by Saint Patrick. It is celebrated on the 17th of March every year, which commemorates the death of the Saint. St. Patrick’s Day was considered a religious holiday in Ireland as it occurs during the Christian season of Lent. Irish families would attend church in the morning and celebrate in …

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Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

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Love is in the air as Valentine’s Day is here. If you are one of the many people looking for a little TLC this year, be careful where you are trying to find it. If you are a Castillo Law blog follower, you know that we have many blogs warning people who use Backpage, Tagged, Craigslist, and similar sites that …

Castillo Law Warrants and Revoked License

Let 2018 be the Year to Turn Over a New Leaf!

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Are you looking to start the New Year off right, but afraid that your past might hinder your current and future aspirations? If you have a warrant, revoked license, or priors, no need to fret, Castillo Law is here to help! Arrest vs Default Warrants There are two different types of warrants: an arrest warrant and a default warrant. An …

Castillo Law Speeding Charges Phoenix AZ 2017

Operation: No Need For Speed

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Operation No Need For Speed is in full force and effect, so be sure to slow down. This is a 30-day operation conducted by Department of Public Safety on the Loop 101, 202, and 303, in an attempt to get drivers to slow down. Over the past few weeks, many terrible accidents have occurred on our highways, and they all …

2017 Veterans Day Castillo Law Blog

Preparing for Veteran’s Day 2017

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Veteran’s Day originally started as Armistice Day in 1919, commemorating the day World War I officially ended in 1918. Armistice Day became an official holiday when approved by Congress in 1938. In 1954, after World War II, President Eisenhower declared Armistice Day as Veteran’s Day, a day to honor all who have served for our country. Veteran’s Day has been …


Don’t Get Tricked This Halloween!

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Trick-or-treating did not become a Halloween tradition until the 1930’s. Back then, people who complied with kids’ requests for treats were left alone, but those who did not comply were punished with a trick. Unfortunately, law enforcement is not handing out treats this Halloween. They could be handing out tickets, or worse, taking you to jail. DUI enforcement does not …