/ Modified jul 14, 2023 10:06 a.m.

Attorney says there is no conspiracy tied to decision to move Kari Lake's legal appeal to Pima County

The move is based on a new Arizona law.

Kari Lake Election Night Kari Lake during the watch party for Arizona Republicans at the Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch on Nov. 8, 2022.
Drake Presto,Cronkite News

Republican Kari Lake held a rally yesterday in Tucson, where her court case to overturn the 2022 election for governor was recently transferred. Steve Jess reports Lake sees a conspiracy behind the move, but a leading observer of the state's legal system says it's a routine move:

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