Lake says she will appeal judge’s ruling confirming she lost election
Kari Lake said Tuesday she will appeal Monday's ruling confirming the election of Katie Hobbs as governor, brushing aside the fact that the judge said her key evidence in seeking to overturn the result was legally irrelevant.
Senators consider legislation that would make possessing ‘child sex doll’ a felony
State senators are weighing legislation designed to ensure that a picture of your child does not end up on a sex doll bought by a neighbor.
Mayes tells Supreme Court no one has legal standing to defend old abortion law
The legal right of Arizona women to have an abortion could turn on the question of whether anyone still has legal standing to argue that the procedure should once again be all but outlawed, as it was in territorial days.
Arizona inmate sentenced to death again in cellmate’s murder
An Arizona man has been sentenced to death for the second time in the 2010 murder of his prison cellmate, who was castrated and had his throat slit.
Supreme Court chews on Jack Daniel’s dog toy dispute
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is hearing a spirited dispute Wednesday between whiskey maker Jack Daniel's and the manufacturer of a squeaking dog toy that parodies the liquor's bottle and label.
Supreme Court hears Navajo water rights case with potentially big impact
When the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Monday in Arizona v. Navajo Nation, it will be considering fairly technical legal questions, but the answers could have a large impact on water allocation in the Colorado River basin.
We’re suing to restore our right to free speech
Add it all up, and Prop. 211 will stifle Arizonans from advocating for causes they care about.
Law outlawing abortions for fetal genetic defects cases won’t go undefended
A law outlawing abortions in cases of fetal genetic defects will not go undefended in court.
Anti-abortion firm pushes court to make virtually all abortions illegal
An anti-abortion law firm is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to reverse a lower court ruling and once again make virtually all abortions illegal in Arizona.
Supreme Court rejects bid to reveal jurors’ names to public
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a bid by the publisher of the Cochise County Record that there is a First Amendment right of the public to know not only who is sitting on a jury but even those being considered to serve.
House approves bill requiring students to recite Pledge of Allegiance
State lawmakers voted Tuesday to require students to recite the Pledge of Allegiance each day, courting a likely lawsuit.
U.S. Supreme Court mulls anonymous jury case
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to take up an Arizona-based case weighing whether courts can use anonymous juries at their discretion.