UPDATE, 5pm: Superior Court Judge Margaret Mahoney orders the parties to get together and submit a joint plan on how to proceed by tomorrow morning at 11:30.
UPDATE, 4:15pm: Maricopa County attorney Tom Liddy urges the Court to be done with this case, because "the relief requested is simply impossible." Ballots are not personally identifiable in any way once they are inserted by the voter into the tabulating machine.
Liddy asks Judge Margaret Mahoney to order the Plaintiffs to cease and desist from approaching Maricopa County employees without counsel present. Plaintiffs presented a sworn declaration from an employee today (Joshua Banko).
UPDATE, 4:05pm: Donald Trump's campaign, the Republican National Committee and the Arizona Democratic Party have all been granted the right to intervene in the case.
Within the past hour, the Republican National Committee has moved to INTERVENE in the Sharpiegate lawsuit in Maricopa County.
The Republicans are represented by both Snell & Wilmer and Statecraft, and they will be present at this afternoon's initial hearing.