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View videos below to see Jack Wilinchek discuss the pardon.
HLN: https://youtu.be/Ixx1hNBmBQk (8/24/17)
CNN: https://youtu.be/g-VmrfM6mqw (8/25/17)
CNN: https://youtu.be/ViWTRzJ3nI0 (8/26/17)
MSNBC: https://youtu.be/v-pGTL0lNGE (8/26/17)
MSNBC: https://youtu.be/qlgbx-pgklE (8/27/17)
Check out this article from azcentral: Click Here
In a news release, Horne’s attorneys, Dennis Wilenchik and Jack Wilenchik, said the “oppressive cloud” hanging over their client has been cleared… Click Here to read more.
July 5, 2017 – PHOENIX, Arizona
Former Attorney General Tom Horne has finally prevailed in his long-running campaign-finance case. A copy of the final decision by the Cochise County Attorney can be found here. The Cochise County Attorney upheld the decision of the original judge on the matter, who found that […]
From the Phoenix New Times: “Give the devil his due: Phoenix attorney Dennis Wilenchik was at his suavest Wednesday before federal Judge Susan R. Bolton during pretrial hearing in former Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s criminal contempt case….”
Dennis Wilenchik was recently appointed to the US Senatorial Committee to select the Federal Judges to submit to the President for the District of Arizona.
Wilenchik and Bartness will be representing State Treasurer and Trump CFO Jeff Dewit in a case brought by the Atty General’s office to request the State Treasurer defund the City of Tucson for its policy of destroying and refusing to sell seized weapons from its police department.
Wilenchik and Bartness recently argued at the Supreme Court of AZ for former Atty General of AZ Tom Horne related to alleged campaign violation issues which he won before an administrative law judge but which was overturned by the prosecuting atty. The Court of Appeals had upheld the Superior Court’s […]
Wilenchik and Bartness participated recently in a case before the Supreme Court of Arizona along with other homebuilder company defendants on a case brought by the City of Phoenix regarding alleged construction defects in city streets.