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Austin and Logan Flake File Motion to Remand to Grand Jury: Grand Jury Proceedings Marred by False Testimony
PHOENIX, Ariz. (DECEMBER 2, 2014) – Husband and wife Austin and Logan Flake have filed three significant motions in the criminal case, State of Arizona v. Hughes, et al. (CR2014-002799-003 and 004): a motion to remand to the grand jury for a new finding of probable cause, a […]
Arizona Republic Quotes Jack Wilenchik in Article regarding Family Accused of Trespassing on State Land for over 120 Years
Wilenchik & Bartness attorney Jack Wilenchik was quoted in an Arizona Republic article concerning the Sussex, et al. v. State matter, in which he represents a family that the State claims has been trespassing on State land for 120 years. To read the article, […]
PHOENIX, Ariz. (November 20, 2014) – Dennis I Wilenchik, attorney for Chairman of the Maricopa County Republication Party AJ La Faro, filed a Motion to Dismiss the lawsuit that was filed against him for actions he took to protect the integrity of the early balloting process […]
Dennis Wilenchik made the following statement regarding the prosecution of Austin and Logan Flake:
Austin and Logan Flake wish to express their sympathy for the owners of the dogs involved. As you know they too lost a family pet. But today, Austin and Logan Flake have declared their innocence by pleading […]
Wilenchik & Bartness attorney Jack Wilenchik was featured on ABC-15’s “Let Joe Know” after helping a woman to collect a judgment that the debtor had refused to pay for years. http://www.abc15.com/news/let-joe-know/valley-woman-finally-gets-paid-after-suing-scottsdale-dry-cleaners-over-ruined-jacket
The Arizona Republic quoted Dennis Wilenchik regarding candidate for constable John Acton’s cease-and-desist letter to Pinal county Sheriff Paul Babeu.
The Republic quoted Dennis Wilenchik concerning the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission case against Tom Horne, in which Mr. Wilenchik represents Mr. Horne.
Judge Gus Aragón of the Pima County Superior Court dismissed the elections challenge filed against Chuck Wooten, candidate for Congress in CD-2, entering the order of dismissal on June 18th. Wooten’s counsel, Jack Wilenchik, moved to dismiss the case and argued that the lawsuit was […]