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Ducey appoints ex-aide to fill state Supreme Court vacancy

Kathryn Hackett King, a Phoenix lawyer, was Ducey’s deputy general counsel from 2015 to 2017.

Supreme Court decision fuels election debate

Brnovich welcomes "election security" ruling despite no evidence of fraud.

Supreme Court upholds Arizona voting restrictions

The court ruled 6-3 against a Democratic challenge to the restrictions

Mounting court backlogs drag out legal process for immigrants

A discussion with Tucson immigration attorney Patricia Mejia.

Democrats won't put up $1M to pause Arizona election audit

A lawyer for the Democrats say the bond was too risky

Jury trials resume at Pima County Superior Court

The pandemic led to a nearly year-long pause.

Tucson city budget town hall: community safety

City officials say they want to hear how the public would allocate the budget for services like policing and housing.

Immigration court backlog exceeds 1.2 million cases

A discussion with the president of the National Association of Immigration Judges.

Tucson council reappoints judge panned by review commission

Mayor Romero: it was unfortunate there was “a blatant campaign" against Magistrate Geraldine Hale

U.S. Supreme Court likely to uphold Arizona voting restrictions

Conservative majority suggest they would throw out an appellate ruling that struck down the restrictions as racially discriminatory

As Biden's deportation moratorium fails in court, advocates look at other options

Immigration attorney in Tucson says the administration still has options for policy change.

AZ Federal Prosecutor resigning

Arizona's chief federal law enforcement officer to resign with new administration in Washington, D.C.

Prosecutor moves to drop protest cases with gang charges

Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel said her office filed motions to dismiss the cases while it reevaluates evidence

Court rules against Apaches in bid to halt proposed mine

Tribes and environmental groups had argued to stop the transfer

Arizona Supreme Court judge retiring

The Court’s presiding disciplinary judge William J. O’Neil will step down later this year

New lawsuit revisits near-fatal Border Patrol shooting in Nogales

A Tucson man who almost died at a border crossing in 2019 is suing DHS

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