Arizona Supreme Court explains decision to kill vote
Arizonans have no constitutional right to block lawmakers from cutting - or even eliminating - taxes, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Court says misapplied law allows killers chance at parole
Some erroneous words used by judges 25 years ago could possibly result in the release of nearly 300 people who the law said should have been incarcerated for the rest of their lives.
Ducey picks Democrat for Court of Appeals
Gov. Doug Ducey appointed a Democrat to the Arizona Court of Appeals on Friday, a week after his controversial pick of Republican Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery to the Supreme Court.
Ducey appoints Montgomery to high court
Gov. Doug Ducey appointed Bill Montgomery to the Arizona Supreme Court on Wednesday afternoon, making the controversial Maricopa County attorney Ducey’s fifth selection to the state’s highest court.
Montgomery supporters line up in bid for Supreme Court
Their candidate squeezed out of the last screening, allies of Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery are lining up to urge that he be nominated for the Arizona Supreme Court.
James Beene: Last stop on the bench
Newly-appointed Arizona Supreme Court Justice James Beene gravitated toward his profession in the same way a lot of young kids do — he fell in love with a book.
Court rules divorced woman can use fertilized embryos against father’s wishes
A divorced woman is entitled to implant some fertilized embryos created before she was married despite the objections of her former husband, the state Court of Appeals has ruled.
House approves tax exemption for pesticides, fertilizers
The preliminary vote by the full House came following pleas from lawmakers representing agricultural communities that it's unfair to require those who grow food for Arizonans and people across the county to pay taxes on items they need.
Court rules victims can be referred to as ‘alleged victims’
People who prosecutors say are the victims of crime have no legal right to be referred to at trial as "victim'' rather than "alleged victim,'' the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.