Gov. Jan Brewer is still weighing her options for how to appeal Monday’s ruling on Senate Bill 1070, but she indicated that she wants the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to review the case again before she moves on to the U.S. Supreme Court.Read More »
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While efforts to drastically change Arizona’s school finance system have not materialized in recent years at the Legislature, two lawsuits that aim to do that are creeping through Maricopa County Superior Court.Read More »
A man convicted of killing two people in a 1989 Phoenix convenience store robbery was executed Tuesday despite last-minute arguments by his attorneys who raised questions over one of the lethal injection drugs and said there was "substantial doubt" about his guilt.Read More »
The U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday declined to stop the execution of an Arizona death-row inmate hours before he was set to die by lethal injection for killing two people in a 1989 convenience store robbery.Read More »
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne says a "thuggish" mob of people confronted him outside of the state Capitol building in Phoenix.Read More »
Horne is hoping to both karate chop his debt and kick start his 2014 campaign later this month with a fundraiser featuring actor and martial arts expert Steven Seagal.Read More »
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne says people considering how to help with the earthquake relief effort in Japan should be wary of scam artists soliciting donations.Read More »
No doubt to his dismay, former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas is shining a high-beam light on Arizona’s new system of disciplining attorneys.
The system, which took effect Jan. 1, eliminated steps from the process and added more laymen to the decision-making, and is so new that Thomas is only the second lawyer to be strapped with a complaint.
A major payday lender has agreed to pay as much as $170,000 to settle a consumer fraud lawsuit filed by the Arizona Attorney General in 2009.Read More »
Big jumps in test scores among groups of students at 93 Arizona schools should have prompted education officials to question if educators were violating testing rules.Read More »