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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

In letter to DHS, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich opposes Biden's deportation moratorium

The letter follows a 14-day stay against the order issued in Texas this week

Supreme Court to hear case on pandemic aid for tribes

The confusion on if Alaska Native Corporations qualify for the aid lies with some ambiguous language in the CARES Act.

Judge: Arizona Senate, Maricopa County need to settle fight over election data

GOP-led senate had asked for the court to compel compliance from the county

Pima County Attorney's office goes virtual after COVID outbreak

Staff rushed to make the move over the weekend.

New Pima County attorney drops cash bail, some deportations

Laura Conover took office Monday, replacing Barbara LaWall.

Ducey appoints Furuya to fill vacancy on Court of Appeals

Furuya will replace retired Judge Kenton D. Jones

Judge will not force Maricopa county to obey Republican subpoena on Arizona vote

Plaintiffs did not did not follow the appropriate procedure to enforce a legislative subpoena

US Supreme Court asked to decertify Biden’s win in Arizona

Conservative lawyer challenges vote certification

Judge dismisses suit seeking to overturn Arizona election results

Officials have said the lawsuit uses conspiracy theories to make allegations without any proof.

Invest in Ed is headed to court, again

Two legal challenges argue that Proposition 208 unconstitutionally overrules the Legislature's taxing authorities.

Ballot count complete in Arizona, but Republicans press ahead with challenges

Despite legal and political challenges, officials have vowed to certify results by the Nov. 30 deadline.

SCOTUS to hear border wall and asylum seeker suits

A federal appeals court recently ruled the administration was illegally using military funds to pay for 11 segments of the wall.

25 judges to vote on? Start here.

Voters in Arizona decide on whether a judge should keep their job, but it's a job that can be hard to vet.

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