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Immigration attorneys, turned away without protective gear, call for detention center closures
Arizona attorneys say they can't find protective equipment required to visit clients, putting their cases in danger.
More demands to close immigration courts as judge tests positive for COVID-19
Immigration lawyers, judges and prosecutors sent a joint message to the Department of Justice to close the courts.
Judges ask DOJ to reconsider hearings in high-traffic immigration courts amid coronavirus outbreak
Judges and attorneys working in immigration courts say they need federal support to protect their clients and the public.
Supreme Court vacates ruling in Nogales cross-border shooting
The high court’s order followed its 5-4 ruling last week in a nearly identical case from Texas.
Diversion programs aimed at lowering drug-related incarcerations in Pima County
The county attorney's office says its approach is unique in Arizona.
How Pima County treats inmates with addiction, behavioral health issues
Lorraine Rivera toured the jail with correctional officers and health care staff.
Court says Mexicans cannot sue Border Patrol agents in fatal shootings
A ruling on Tuesday about a cross-border shooting in Texas could affect a decision on a similar case that took place in Arizona.
Arizona Spotlight Special: Arizona Addicted
Tearing down the stigma that surrounds opioid addiction with stories from Arizonans who have lived the experience, and found the road to recovery.
Federal judge throws out No More Deaths convictions
The volunteers had been convicted of misdemeanors after leaving food and water in the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge.
Former inmate-turned-advocate on the challenges of transitioning from prison
Maggie Maloney served eight years in the Arizona prison system.
Man gets life in prison for 2010 killing of US border agent Brian Terry
Heraclio Osorio Arellanes was a member of a "rip crew" that fired on Terry's unit in 2010, killing the Border Patrol agent.
Navajo man appeals death penalty conviction, claiming jury bias
Lezmond Mitchell's case exemplifies the complexities of capitol punishment on tribal lands.
Border humanitarian aid work on trial
A look at how federal immigration policy and religious freedom played out in the trials of a No More Deaths volunteer.
Senate bill could roll back tribal authority in domestic violence cases
It's one of two U.S. Senate bills that would renew the Violence Against Women Act.
UA Indigenous law program receives thousands for Native American law students
The Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program hopes to fund $15,000 in scholarships.
Navajo Nation creates law scholarships for tribal members at UA
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez met with students and also discussed nation building and critiqued the U.S. government's priorities.
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