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Man convicted of murder wins claim of prosecutorial misconduct

A man convicted of the 2008 murder of a 62-year-old disabled Tucson woman may get the chance for a new trial. In a ruling Friday, the Arizona Supreme Court said that Luis A. Vargas had the right to allege that a series of acts by prosecutors effectively amounted to misconduct. The justices rejected arguments by the ...

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