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Attorneys: Don’t count us out yet

Phoenix attorney David Selden, one of the lawyers fighting the employer sanctions law, wouldn’t make any predictions, but disputed the AP’s proclamation that it seems the court will uphold the employer sanctions statute.

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UpClose with Michael Ryan (access required)

Arizona Supreme Court Justice Michael Ryan hung up his robe Aug. 6, ending a 32-year legal career that began as a prosecutor and proceeded to a management position in the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office and seats on Maricopa County Superior Court and the Arizona Court of Appeals.

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Allegations of long-simmering political feud mark constable race (access required)

One of Rep. Ben Miranda’s political rivals in the three-way Democratic constable race — Constable Jimmie Munoz, Sr. — is leveling allegations that Miranda has no intention of fulfilling the constable post or leaving his law practice. Munoz, who is seeking his third term as constable, said Miranda is trying to “spoil the vote” because of a long-simmering rivalry between the pair.

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Complaints force 9 from ballot

More than half of the candidates whose petition signatures were challenged this election cycle either were kicked off the ballot by a judge or withdrew voluntarily in the face of a likely courtroom defeat.

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