Saturday, January 11, 2020

LISTEN: "AZ Law's" Jan. 10 Installment - Supreme Court Sets Records, Fast and Furious Verdict, Much More

In this 20th installment of "AZ Law", we feature articles from several sources. Original reporting, along with articles from the AP, Capitol Media Services, the Arizona Daily Star and Arizona Republic.

Here is a listing:
  1. Arizona Supreme Court Sets Records In 2019 (Weich, "AZ Law)
  2. The passing of former Chief Justice Gordon  (Davenport, AP)
  3. A life term in the Fast and Furious murder of a Border Patrol agent (Galvan, AP)
  4. Secretary/State cuts deal helping keep your voter registration updated (Fischer, Cap. Media)
  5. U.S. joins copper mining company appealing Rosemont Mine decision (Davis, Star)
  6. No release of prosecutor Martinez's sexual harassment investigation records (Castle, Republic)
  7. SCOA won't take Tempe Town Lake squatter case (Ruelas, Republic)
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