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The Arizona Republic
How an Arizona man helped pass the GI BillCapitol in Phoenix. McFarland served Arizona as Governor for four years, U.S. S
How an Arizona man helped pass the GI Bill
The Arizona Republic / Posted 5 days ago
Capitol in Phoenix. McFarland served Arizona as Governor for four years, U.S. Senator for 12 years, Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court for one year and was part of the group which established KTVK Television. This memorial replaces one... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Arizona High Court Keeps Limit On Entrapment DefenseThe Arizona Supreme Court is keeping tough limits on when criminal defendants c
Arizona High Court Keeps Limit On Entrapment Defense
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 6 days ago
The Arizona Supreme Court is keeping tough limits on when criminal defendants can claim law enforcement officers entrapped them into committing a crime. In a decision released Monday, the high court said a defendant can't use the defense if he or... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arizona Supreme Court upholds 'Baseline Killer' sentencesMark Goudeau terrorized Phoenix in 2005 and 2006 with a spree of rapes, robberi
Arizona Supreme Court upholds 'Baseline Killer' sentences
The Arizona Republic / Posted 10 days ago
Mark Goudeau terrorized Phoenix in 2005 and 2006 with a spree of rapes, robberies and murders. On Friday the Arizona Supreme Court affirmed his nine death sentences. The Arizona Supreme Court on Friday upheld nine death sentences and more than 60... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Miranda rights, law of the land? Not on tribal landsand kidnapping before giving a written confession that was used against him at
Miranda rights, law of the land? Not on tribal lands
The Arizona Republic / Posted 12 days ago
and kidnapping before giving a written confession that was used against him at trial over his lawyer’s objections. The Arizona Supreme Court upheld his conviction, saying he had not specifically asked for an attorney. But the U.S.Supreme Court... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
'You Have The Right To Remain Silent': Revisiting The Phoenix Case That Established Miranda Rights 50 Years AgoThe confession remained a key piece of the prosecution’s evidence, and Miranda
'You Have The Right To Remain Silent': Revisiting The Phoenix Case That Established Miranda Rights 50 Years Ago
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 14 days ago
The confession remained a key piece of the prosecution’s evidence, and Miranda was convicted and sentenced to prison. The Arizona Supreme Court upheld Miranda’s conviction, but Silverman said Moore had laid the foundation for the legal argument... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
40 years later, final words of murdered reporter Don Bolles still a mysterywouldn’t put innocent people in prison,” he said.Then, new trials The case aga
40 years later, final words of murdered reporter Don Bolles still a mystery
The Arizona Republic / Posted 25 days ago
wouldn’t put innocent people in prison,” he said.Then, new trials The case against the two men would be thrown out by the Arizona Supreme Court in 1980. A judge ruled that the trial was unfair. Defense attorneys for Robison and Dunlap were not... Read more
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SCOTUSblog
Today’s orders: One new grant, one CVSG, two summary reversalsand without asking for briefing on the merits or oral arguments, the Court reve
Today’s orders: One new grant, one CVSG, two summary reversals
SCOTUSblog / Posted 27 days ago
and without asking for briefing on the merits or oral arguments, the Court reversed a decision in the state’s favor by the Arizona Supreme Court. It ruled that, when the state had urged the jurors at Lynch’s trial to consider his future... Read more
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The Signal
State Senate candidate says she posed nude as young adultcandidate filed an appeal, arguing that the state of Arizona has no jurisdictio
State Senate candidate says she posed nude as young adult
The Signal / Posted 28 days ago
candidate filed an appeal, arguing that the state of Arizona has no jurisdiction in the case and that O’Neil never signed his oath of office. A spokeswoman for the Arizona Supreme Court said she has been told that O’Neil has signed his loyalty... Read more

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