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Judge Michael Bluff R.
County Superior Court Judge
1100 E. Sheldon St Box #6902
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On Sept. 17, Yavapai County Superior ...
On Sept. 17, Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael Bluff turned a temporary injunction into a permanent one, forbidding 12 retailers named in an August civil lawsuit from selling "novelty powders" like bath salts and spice.
Late Monday, Yavapai County Superior ...
Late Monday, Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael Bluff extended the ban on the sale of "novelty powders" (synthetic drugs commonly referred to as "spice" and "bath salts") in Yavapai County by all known retailers.
In his 14-page ruling, Judge Bluff affirmed a Permanent Injunction against nine of the twelve retail shop named in the complaint filed by Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk.
findings, Judge Bluff
wrote that novelty powder drugs are synthetic cannabinoids and synthetic cathinones that have effects similar to marijuana and methamphetamine, but more intense, unpredictable, dangerous and addictive.
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Monthly Verde Valley Republican Women's (and men) September meeting will feature speakers Pamela Pearsall, Yavapai County Assessor, and Judge Michael Bluff, Yavapai Superior Court Judge.
The case was assigned to Yavapai ...
The case was assigned to Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael Bluff in May, but in June the judge originally assigned to the case, Tina Ainley, made findings of fact and law and denied the hotel's request for attorney fees.
The arguments will be heard in ...
The arguments will be heard in Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael Bluff's courtroom in Camp Verde.
An hour has been allotted for this hearing.