In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) hosted the 2nd annual #IWillRunForHer community 5k. This event is to honor the voices and experiences of native women, and to spread awareness on a good cause.
To read more about this event and the good it stands for, read the original article here.
David Adams, one of the co-founding attorneys at Parnall & Adams, has joined the National Tribal Trial College (part of the Southwest Center for Law & Policy). Mr. Adams joined the group to provide assistance to tribal communities and training to organizations that provide support for tribal communities.
To learn more, read Mr. Adams’ bio on the NTTC website.
U.S. Attorney David Adams has been recognized by U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch for enhancing public safety in Native American territory in Albuquerque, NM. Mr. Adams was also recognized for combatting violence against women in these jurisdictions.
To learn more about the news, read the original article on the U.S. Department of Justice website.
A year after the incident, there are more updates regarding the Uber driver and passengers case. Now, Uber the company is suing to force arbitration in the wrongful death suit involving the deceased.
For more information regarding this topic, check out the original article.
Principal Attorneys Charles Parnall & David Adams represented residents of Aztec Village, a mobile home park in Albuquerque, in a lawsuit against Nodel Parks, LLC. The lawsuit was filed against Nodel Parks, LLC to dispute illegal fines and eviction notices.
To learn more about the case, read the original article.
A crash involving an Albuquerque hip-hop artist, Andrew Martinez, or Wake Self, was caused by a driver who has been charged with a DWI. Wake Self died in the crash, and the driver is now facing aggravated DWI and other counts.
Check out the full case details and account in the original article.