Gallardo Law Firm Blog

  • Child Custody Hearing: Arizona Shooting

    Child Custody Hearing: Arizona Shooting

    Posted by Claire Gray on July 05, 2016

    A family law Court in Arizona witnessed a deadly shooting involving the grandfather, mother, and maternal grandmother of two children, ages 2 and 3. Apparently the saga began with a child custody dispute when Salomon Diaz, the children’s grandfather, called officials...

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  • Drug Lords being chased: Gerson Galvez

    Drug Lords being chased: Gerson Galvez

    Posted by Emma Johnson on May 04, 2016

    Mr. Galvez and El Chapo Guzman are among the world’s 10 most wanted drug lords. He is one of the most sought-after drug dealers in Peru and made a lot of money selling cocaine internationally. According to some information from Colombian sources, his extradition...

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  • DAPA Immigration News

    DAPA Immigration News

    Posted by Claire Gray on May 02, 2016

    In past few years there have been a few lawsuits against DAPA immigration initiative. A highly controversial case against the DAPA program was the case of Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio vs. Obama. For this lawsuit Arpaio challenged Obama’s plan to put deportations on hold. While 17 states are against DAPA...

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  • Good Credit Score Benefits

    Good Credit Score Benefits

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on April 29, 2016

    One of most major factors to ensuring that you’re proved for leases, loans, and things of that nature is to make sure you have a good credit score. Establishing credit is first step to multiple benefits that will make your life easier; however, if you’re not careful there could be...

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  • Benefits of Immigration for Cuban Immigrants: Questioned by Rubio

    Benefits of Immigration for Cuban Immigrants: Questioned by Rubio

    Posted by Emma Johnson on April 27, 2016

    Florida senator Marco Rubio announced recently he would be seeking a change in refugee benefits, specifically the benefits that Cuban immigrants receive. Rubio wishes to stop benefits of immigration Cuban refugees, as there is no proof...

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  • Florida Power & Light Manager Accused of Suspicious Nuclear Activities

    Florida Power & Light Manager Accused of Suspicious Nuclear Activities

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on April 25, 2016

    The last couple of months have not been easy for Florida Power & Light. After last month’s lawsuit, recently unsealed records have revealed that a former FPL manager traded nuclear information from Florida Power & Light in exchange...

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  • Immigration Fraud Case: Woman has Until June to Plead Guilty or Not

    Immigration Fraud Case: Woman has Until June to Plead Guilty or Not

    Posted by Claire Gray on April 21, 2016

    Maylin Silva is known as a Venezuelan exile activist. Silva was arrested for the immigration fraud case in New York in late 2015 then was released to return to Miami with an ankle monitor bracelet. After arrival Silva arranged to escape...

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  • C-Section More Common in Miami: Hospitals May be Involved…

    C-Section More Common in Miami: Hospitals May be Involved…

    Posted by Emma Johnson on April 18, 2016

    Some hospitals in Miami are renowned nation-wide for their practices. However, this is not the case for every Miami hospital. Just like in any other city, medical malpractice suits are filed for any number of issues that arise. There is much speculation as to why the C-section rate in Miami is so high. Experts claim a major reason the number...

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