IN THE MEDIA
GRIFFEY WINS ARGUMENT IN BANNOCK COUNTY COURT
"Griffey told the judge that Radford had no record of failing to appear in court, he operates a business in Southeast Idaho, and in spite of the pending case against him, Griffey asked that he also be released on his own recognizance to court services.
Trammell told the judge that the state wasn’t concerned about Radford failing to appear; he was concerned about his alleged criminal conduct while awaiting trial.
Axline issued a no-contact order between Barrett and Radford and released both defendants on their own recognizance."
GRIFFEY REPRESENTS BANNOCK COUNTY HORSE COMMUNITY
"Stephanie Griffey, an attorney who specializes in equine law, sees potential in self-policing and a greater emphasis by the county on the importance of following the rules. Griffey believes some of the language in the contract with users is also too vague, such as the prohibition on training and breaking horses. Defining those terms would help, she said."
GRIFFEY FEATURED IN COWGIRL MAGAZINE
Stephanie Griffey, J.D., also known as Courtroom Cowgirl on Instagram, is an equine lawyer based in Idaho. She describes her firm, Griffey Law & Mediation, PLLC, as “fluent in horse – specializing in equine law.”
Today, she is sharing “three tips from an equine lawyer.”