Wednesday, July 10, 2019

"AZ Law" Installment #4, On-Demand July 8, 2019

In this on-demand installment, hear original reporting, articles about Arizona court cases and a commentary about legal intimidation of aid workers in southern Arizona.

On the audio menu for this post-holiday week are updates on the heavyweight battle between Arizona's Attorney General and the state's universities, Bad Braille, and court action on the special election to replace the late-Sen. McCain. Listen until the end to hear an article on why Arizona can't execute a Mexican immigrant, and a commentary alleging Arizona's new U.S. Attorney with trying to intimidate aid workers on the southern border.

"AZ Law" includes articles and updates about opinions from the Arizona Supreme Court, U.S. District Court, etc. Our next broadcast installment will be on Sun Sounds of Arizona at 11:00a.m., on Saturday, July 20.

More on the cases and legal news can be found at ArizonasLaw.org.

Aired on non-profit Sun Sounds of Arizona, a statewide reading service that provides audio access to printed material for people who cannot hold or read print material due to a disability. You can donate or listen here.


Have an idea for a report on AZ Law, or suggestions on how to make the program/website better? Please email us at Paul.Weich.AZLaw@gmail.com.

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