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Three AZ cases before Supreme Court this term (access required)

Arizona will have a prominent presence in the U.S. Supreme Court term that began Oct. 1 with cases that will settle the issues of matching funds for Clean Elections candidates, tax breaks for donations for private school scholarships, and penalties for employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants.

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Judge rejects plea deal in boxing brouhaha (access required)

Boxing trainer Joe Diaz was supposed to reach a major milestone Sept. 24 in the five-year saga to clear his name and bring to justice those he contends wronged him — including boxing promoter Peter McKinn and Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox.

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‘Fighting words’ or just bad behavior? (access required)

Arizona’s latest First Amendment Supreme Court case is trying to determine whether a Deer Valley High School student’s foul-mouthed insults hurled at a teacher are “fighting words” and criminal. The Arizona Supreme Court, which took its gavels and robes on ...

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UpClose with Dennis Burke (access required)

Dennis Burke’s career in Arizona has come somewhat full circle. He began as an assistant U.S. attorney in 1997, working drug cases, and now he is the U.S. attorney for Arizona.

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Sign of the times (access required)

Sheriff Paul Babeu calls it an offensive billboard. The creator calls it a piece of art meant to spur debate. Either way, the billboard-sized sign that sits on private land outside the U.S. Post Office in Oracle has ignited a ...

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County Board: Arpaio’s office misspent $80M in tax money (access required)

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Sept. 22 put parts of the Sheriff's Office budget under line-item scrutiny after an investigation found the agency raided a special, voter-approved jail fund to pay salaries for deputies on the street, including those in a corruption unit and immigration enforcement.

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