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!

Cindy Castillo DUI, Sex Crime, Arizona Law, AZ Events

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 …

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Treat Yo’self this Labor Day Weekend

Cindy Castillo AZ Events

Labor Day weekend is here, bringing an end to summer – at least technically anyway. Labor Day was declared a national holiday in 1894 by President Cleveland in response to the chaotic strikes caused by disgruntled employees of the Pullman Railway Company. The national holiday appeased the rioters, so you can thank them while you enjoy this wonderful 3-day weekend! …

Forks Up, Tailgates Down!

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Tailgating season is upon us. Castillo Law has its own internal rivalry brewing between our ASU Sun Devil and U of A Wildcat alums, but no matter which team we support, we can all agree on one thing – we love college football! ASU football kicks off on Thursday, August 31, 2017, so grab your pals and get your grills, …

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Cindy Castillo AZ Events

As children return to school, remember that this means heavy traffic, children walking or biking to school and parents rushing to drop off their children before heading to work and rushing to pick them up. To help remind you and ensure the safety of our children, officers have received grant money to monitor school zones and strictly enforce the rules …

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Wrong-way Driver Prevention: What Arizona is Doing to Help

Cindy Castillo Law News, Arizona Law

It’s an all too common headline we’ve seen repeated over the past few years: “Wrong-way Driver Causes Collision on Arizona Freeway.” As of July 13, 2017, DPS reports that their troopers have responded to 928 calls regarding wrong-way drivers this year alone[1]. Of these calls, 14 have resulted in injuries and 7 in fatalities. Ultimately, 48 of these drivers were …

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Cindy Castillo DUI, Arizona Law, AZ Events

July 4th is a day to celebrate our country’s freedom. Many choose to celebrate the holiday by cooling off at the lake, gathering with family and friends at backyard BBQs, or by taking a vacation to beat the heat. Given the abundance of alcohol at these events, it is especially important to drink responsibly and find a designated driver, as …

Temps Up, Crime Goes Up. Plan Summers Out.

Cindy Castillo Arizona Law

With school out for summer break, kids are prone to getting into more trouble with the law for a variety of issues including drugs, alcohol, and more. Less supervision and more free time allow kids to make poor decisions. Castillo Law would like to highlight some of the ways you can keep your teen from getting into trouble during their …

Honor the Fallen

Cindy Castillo Law News, Arizona Law

Although the Memorial Day holiday weekend is a great opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends, please remember the true meaning of this special day. On this day, we remember and celebrate, and most importantly, we express our thanks as Americans to the countless number of men and women who have served in our military since the inception …