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The Signal
Congressional candidate appeals disbarment over nude photosby this Democratic judge, I might be able to get their bar cards back,” Moffatt
Congressional candidate appeals disbarment over nude photos
The Signal / Posted yesterday
by this Democratic judge, I might be able to get their bar cards back,” Moffatt said. Heather Murphy, spokeswoman for the Arizona Supreme Court, said O’Neil would not comment on the case. She said the judge is an employee of the state Supreme... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Court: Arizona hospitals can keep funds gathered from Medicaid-insured patient liensAHCCCS patients who paid off their medical liens. Wochit Arizona hospitals sco
Court: Arizona hospitals can keep funds gathered from Medicaid-insured patient liens
The Arizona Republic / Posted 2 days ago
AHCCCS patients who paid off their medical liens. Wochit Arizona hospitals scored a partial victory this week with an Arizona Supreme Court decision that allows health facilities to keep years of payments from Medicaid-insured patients who... Read more
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SCOTUSblog
Conference of May 26proper appellate procedure to address a trial court's failure to conduct the th
Conference of May 26
SCOTUSblog / Posted 2 days ago
proper appellate procedure to address a trial court's failure to conduct the third Batson v. Kentucky step; (2) whether the Arizona Supreme Court, where it has continuously refused Simmons v. South Carolina instructions by relying upon the... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Arizona Supreme Court To Rule On Privacy Rights Of People On ProbationThe Arizona Supreme Court will consider the privacy rights of people on probati
Arizona Supreme Court To Rule On Privacy Rights Of People On Probation
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 3 days ago
The Arizona Supreme Court will consider the privacy rights of people on probation. The justices have agreed to consider a Maricopa County case in which a man on probation for drug convictions sought to suppress evidence obtained during a warrantless... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Arizona Supreme Court To Rule On Hospital Payments IssueThe Arizona Supreme Court is scheduled to rule Monday on whether hospitals can
Arizona Supreme Court To Rule On Hospital Payments Issue
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 3 days ago
The Arizona Supreme Court is scheduled to rule Monday on whether hospitals can go after lawsuit settlements to get full reimbursement for costs of providing care for patients covered by the state's Medicaid program. The justices are considering an... Read more
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Business Insurance
Arizona referendum repeals benefit hike for public safety plan participantsfor tier three members but called for a referendum to modify benefits for curre
Arizona referendum repeals benefit hike for public safety plan participants
Business Insurance / Posted 3 days ago
for tier three members but called for a referendum to modify benefits for current members. The law came as a result of an Arizona Supreme Court ruling that found previous pension reform efforts violated an article in the Arizona Constitution that... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arizona Supreme Court to rule on hospital payments issueThe Arizona Supreme Court was scheduled to rule Monday on whether hospitals can
Arizona Supreme Court to rule on hospital payments issue
The Arizona Republic / Posted 3 days ago
The Arizona Supreme Court was scheduled to rule Monday on whether hospitals can go after lawsuit settlements to get full reimbursement for costs of providing care for patients covered by the state's Medicaid program. The justices are considering an... Read more
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Island Packet
Arizona Supreme Court to rule on hospital payments issueThe Arizona Supreme Court is scheduled to rule Monday on whether hospitals can
Arizona Supreme Court to rule on hospital payments issue
Island Packet / Posted 3 days ago
The Arizona Supreme Court is scheduled to rule Monday on whether hospitals can go after lawsuit settlements to get full reimbursement for costs of providing care for patients covered by the state's Medicaid program. The justices are considering an... Read more
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SCOTUSblog
Relist Watch Returnsthe death penalty is life without parole; Lynch claims this decision conflicts
Relist Watch Returns
SCOTUSblog / Posted 6 days ago
the death penalty is life without parole; Lynch claims this decision conflicts with Simmons v. South Carolina. Third, the Arizona Supreme Court held that the prosecutor had made a number of improper comments during the trial but that they did not... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Arizona Attorney Expresses Concerns Over Arizona Supreme Court ExpansionThe Arizona Supreme Court will soon expand from five to seven justices now that
Arizona Attorney Expresses Concerns Over Arizona Supreme Court Expansion
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 7 days ago
The Arizona Supreme Court will soon expand from five to seven justices now that Gov. Doug Ducey has signed House Bill 2537. In his signing letter, Ducey wrote, “Some have said this bill is unnecessary, and that the court can handle its caseload just... Read more
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FOX 11 Tucson
Gov. Doug Ducey signs bill expanding Arizona Supreme CourtGov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday signed legislation adding two justices to the Ariz
Gov. Doug Ducey signs bill expanding Arizona Supreme Court
FOX 11 Tucson / Posted 8 days ago
Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday signed legislation adding two justices to the Arizona Supreme Court, despite opposition to the proposal from the high court's top judge and concerns from critics that the move allows him to "pack" the court. Ducey said... Read more
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SCOTUSblog
Conference of May 19proper appellate procedure to address a trial court's failure to conduct the th
Conference of May 19
SCOTUSblog / Posted 8 days ago
proper appellate procedure to address a trial court's failure to conduct the third Batson v. Kentucky step; (2) whether the Arizona Supreme Court, where it has continuously refused Simmons v. South Carolina instructions by relying upon the... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Our View: Arizona's Supreme Court expansion is about 1 thingRepublicans respect the Constitution, they had better show it now. They had be
Our View: Arizona's Supreme Court expansion is about 1 thing
The Arizona Republic / Posted 8 days ago
Republicans respect the Constitution, they had better show it now. They had better resist the temptation to pack the Arizona Supreme Court and effectively take control of the third branch of state government. The corrosive potential of this... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Big Prop. 124 win to change public-safety pensionssay Prop. 124 over the next 30 years will save $1.5 billion for the retirement
Big Prop. 124 win to change public-safety pensions
The Arizona Republic / Posted 8 days ago
say Prop. 124 over the next 30 years will save $1.5 billion for the retirement trust for first responders. However, an Arizona Supreme Court ruling could throw a wrench in Tuesday's electoral decision. Prop. 124 will link retirees' pension... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Big Prop. 124 win to change public-safety pensionssay Prop. 124 over the next 30 years will save $1.5 billion for the retirement
Big Prop. 124 win to change public-safety pensions
The Arizona Republic / Posted 9 days ago
say Prop. 124 over the next 30 years will save $1.5 billion for the retirement trust for first responders. However, an Arizona Supreme Court ruling could throw a wrench in Tuesday's electoral decision. Prop. 124 will link retirees' pension... Read more
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FOX News
American Indian child 'welfare' law under firechildren, and it weakened the protections of children that state laws provide,”
American Indian child 'welfare' law under fire
FOX News / Posted 9 days ago
children, and it weakened the protections of children that state laws provide,” Clint Bolick, a former attorney and current Arizona Supreme Court Justice, wrote in 2015. “For instance, to terminate parental rights, it must be proven beyond a... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Use 'Bright-Line' Rules To Better Manage Your WillpowerMiranda had never been informed of his rights and thus, according to his lawyer
Use 'Bright-Line' Rules To Better Manage Your Willpower
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 9 days ago
Miranda had never been informed of his rights and thus, according to his lawyer, the confession was not voluntary. The Arizona Supreme Court upheld the decision, but eventually the case made it to the United States Supreme Court. The United... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Debate Over Expanding Arizona Supreme Court To 7 Judgesmaking a power grab over the judiciary," said Democrat Steve Farley. He’s talk
Debate Over Expanding Arizona Supreme Court To 7 Judges
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 10 days ago
making a power grab over the judiciary," said Democrat Steve Farley. He’s talking about the bill that expands the Arizona Supreme Court from five justices to seven. Farley said five is plenty and making it seven is a purely political move... Read more
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Lifehacker
Use "Bright-Line" Rules to Better Manage Your WillpowerMiranda had never been informed of his rights and thus, according to his lawyer
Use "Bright-Line" Rules to Better Manage Your Willpower
Lifehacker / Posted 10 days ago
Miranda had never been informed of his rights and thus, according to his lawyer, the confession was not voluntary. The Arizona Supreme Court upheld the decision, but eventually the case made it to the United States Supreme Court. The United... Read more
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Tucson Weekly
Letter to the Editor: Support Education, Not Prop 123and quickly. Our so-called "partner" in education funding (Ducey) is quickly pa
Letter to the Editor: Support Education, Not Prop 123
Tucson Weekly / Posted 13 days ago
and quickly. Our so-called "partner" in education funding (Ducey) is quickly padding the number of his supporters on the Arizona Supreme Court, which may well be a player in the future. The recent KidsCare example shows that kids do not have to... Read more
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New York Post
Why ‘Never Hillary’ trumps ‘Never Trump’late Antonin Scalia? Assuming that vacuum persists, Trump might fill it with fe
Why ‘Never Hillary’ trumps ‘Never Trump’
New York Post / Posted 14 days ago
late Antonin Scalia? Assuming that vacuum persists, Trump might fill it with federal appellate Judge Janice Rogers Brown, Arizona Supreme Court Justice Clint Bolick or US Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah). There is zero chance Hillary even would glance at... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
AAA questions scientific basis for pot-DUI lawsAAA's president and CEO. "In the case of marijuana, this approach is flawed and
AAA questions scientific basis for pot-DUI laws
The Arizona Republic / Posted 16 days ago
AAA's president and CEO. "In the case of marijuana, this approach is flawed and not supported by scientific research." The Arizona Supreme Court ruled in November that a medical-marijuana card does not authorize a person to drive while impaired but... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Maricopa Back In Control Of Court After County OversightMcCarville has had administrative oversight of both the county and city courts
Maricopa Back In Control Of Court After County Oversight
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 17 days ago
McCarville has had administrative oversight of both the county and city courts since February 2014, as ordered by the Arizona Supreme Court. The oversight stems from former Justice of the Peace and City Magistrate Scott Sulley, who in... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
AG: Arizona utility regulators can force 'dark money' disclosurecommissioners to vote with him to do that, based on their public statements on
AG: Arizona utility regulators can force 'dark money' disclosure
The Arizona Republic / Posted 22 days ago
commissioners to vote with him to do that, based on their public statements on the matter. Brnovich also cited a 1988 Arizona Supreme Court case where the court concluded the commissioners can request financial information from companies that... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Prop. 123 could end 1 lawsuit, start anotherthe trust fund in 1915 through ill-advised agricultural loans that eventually d
Prop. 123 could end 1 lawsuit, start another
The Arizona Republic / Posted 22 days ago
the trust fund in 1915 through ill-advised agricultural loans that eventually drained millions from the fund. In 1947, the Arizona Supreme Court acknowledged the problems other states had managing their land trusts were taking root in Arizona. "It... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
50 years after Miranda's 'right to remain silent,' are we better protected?and parking. Registration not required. Details: Panelists include Rebecca Whi
50 years after Miranda's 'right to remain silent,' are we better protected?
The Arizona Republic / Posted 26 days ago
and parking. Registration not required. Details: Panelists include Rebecca White Berch, retired chief justice of the Arizona Supreme Court, Judge Patricia Norris from the Arizona Court of Appeals, Phoenix Assistant Police Chief Mike... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
'Like blackmail': Judiciary gets money only if Supreme Court expandsthe Legislature would take $6 million from court accounts and provide more mone
'Like blackmail': Judiciary gets money only if Supreme Court expands
The Arizona Republic / Posted 28 days ago
the Legislature would take $6 million from court accounts and provide more money only if a bill adding two justices to the Arizona Supreme Court passes. The state’s $9.58 billion budget, agreed to in principle by Republican legislative leaders and... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arizona police can't say DUI tests are required, court rulesin Arizona can't flatly tell drunken-driving suspects that state law requires t
Arizona police can't say DUI tests are required, court rules
The Arizona Republic / Posted 30 days ago
in Arizona can't flatly tell drunken-driving suspects that state law requires them to submit to alcohol testing, the Arizona Supreme Court said Tuesday in a ruling that acknowledges that a state-provided form and earlier rulings by courts... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Arizona Supreme Court: Police Can't Say DUI Tests Are RequiredThe Arizona Supreme Court says police officers can't flatly tell drunken-drivin
Arizona Supreme Court: Police Can't Say DUI Tests Are Required
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 30 days ago
The Arizona Supreme Court says police officers can't flatly tell drunken-driving suspects that they're required to submit to alcohol testing. The state high court's ruling Tuesday says because suspects actually can refuse to submit to alcohol... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arizona high court to rule on alcohol testingThe Arizona Supreme Court plans to rule Tuesday on whether two men convicted of
Arizona high court to rule on alcohol testing
The Arizona Republic / Posted 30 days ago
The Arizona Supreme Court plans to rule Tuesday on whether two men convicted of driving or boating under the influence were coerced into submitting to tests for alcohol. At issue is whether law enforcement officers violated the defendants'... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Is the death penalty in Arizona on life support?of the death penalty and not leave decisions entirely to prosecutors. The judg
Is the death penalty in Arizona on life support?
The Arizona Republic / Posted 1 months ago
of the death penalty and not leave decisions entirely to prosecutors. The judge agreed, but felt bound by a footnote in an Arizona Supreme Court decision upholding the statutes. It was a matter for the high court to decide, he ruled. The state... Read more

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