Court rules Arizona residents have right to internet privacy
Arizonans have a constitutional right to online privacy to keep police from snooping around to find out who they are without first getting a warrant, the state Court of Appeals has ruled.
Some GOP lawmakers bristle at governor’s gun violence proposal
Resistance from legislative Republicans to Gov. Doug Ducey's newly released school safety plan could leave it short of the votes needed to get it approved.
New law finally lets cops stop drivers for broken tail light
Sometime this summer, police will have a new excuse to pull you over. Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Tuesday that requires each and every tail and brake light on your vehicle to be working.
High court rules police must avoid coercion when drawing blood in DUI cases
Police investigating drunken driving cases must get voluntary consent from a suspect without any signs of coercion when drawing blood for testing or else get a search warrant, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled today.