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11 charged in AZ fake elector case plead not guilty

The remaining defendants — including Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, state Sen. Jake Hoffman, former U.S. Senate candidate Jim Lamon and Trump attorney Jenna Ellis — are scheduled to appear in court next month.

Former graduate student found guilty of first-degree murder of UA professor

A 12-person jury found Murad Dervish guilty of six felony charges, including aggravated assault and first-degree murder.

Former Arizona GOP chair Kelli Ward and others set to be arraigned in fake elector case

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani also is scheduled to be arraigned, though it’s unclear whether he’ll seek a postponement.

Trial closes for former UA grad student accused of killing professor, deliberation begins

Alleged shooter Murad Dervish is pleading guilty except insane to second degree murder.

Taxpayer costs for profiling verdict over Joe Arpaio’s immigration crackdowns to reach $314M

Nearly 11 years ago, a federal judge concluded sheriff’s deputies had racially profiled Hispanics in Arpaio’s traffic patrols that targeted immigrants.

Family of Tohono O'odham man killed by Border Patrol last year files wrongful death suit

Raymond Mattia was killed in the Tohono O’odham community of Menagers Dam the night of May 18, 2023.

Giuliani becomes final defendant served indictment among 18 accused in Arizona fake electors case

Giuliani is expected to appear in court Tuesday unless he is granted a delay by the court.

Attorney John Eastman pleads not guilty to felony charges in Arizona’s fake elector case

Eastman devised a strategy to try to persuade Congress not to certify the election.

Former UA graduate student claims he didn't know killing professor was wrong

The trial for alleged UA shooter Murad Dervish continued this week.

Judge tosses Republican lawsuit that sought to declare Arizona’s elections manual invalid

Two other lawsuits challenging the manual are still alive in a county court.

AZ state legislature attempts to stop California regulation on trucking fleets

The legislature, along with 16 other states, argue the regulation violates the Constitution's Commerce Clause.

AZ Supreme Court puts 1864 abortion ban enforcement on hold

The court is wating another 90 days before the near-total abortion ban goes into effect.

Trial begins in UA professor Thomas Meixner murder

Former grad student Murad Dervish pled not guilty to 7 felony counts, including 1st degree murder.

AZ Supreme Court overturns sanctions against state Republican Party

Justices ruled individuals should not be punished for asking the court to clarify the meaning of laws.

Prosecutors say they will not retry an Arizona rancher accused of murder near the US-Mexico border

The jurors in the trial of George Alan Kelly were unable to reach a unanimous decision on a verdict after more than two days of deliberation.

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