We have posted the newest installment of "AZ Law". It is available below, it is available wherever you usually find your podcasts, and it will be broadcast on Sun Sounds of Arizona at 10:30am on Sunday (and various other times).
The latest on the public records lawsuits regarding the State Senate recount/"audit", fallout from the U.S. Supreme Court's opinion in the Arizona voting rights case, and protesters file a $119M lawsuit against the Maricopa County Attorney for charging them as gang members. These and more in this program. You can find the full listing of articles at ArizonasLaw.org.
"AZ Law" includes articles, commentaries and updates about opinions from the Arizona Supreme Court, U.S. Supreme Court, as well as trial and appellate courts, etc.
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Today's full article listing:
--Court "Completely Rejects" State Senate's Reasons For Not Turning Over Audit-Related Records Held By Cyber Ninjas/Stranger & Stranger: Cyber Ninjas Tries To Disqualify Judge, from Paul Weich/AZ Law
--Early voter law changed before SCOTUS ruling, from Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
--Arizona prevailed in ballot harvesting case, but Brnovich, Scalia wer the big winners, commentary from Robert Robb/Arizona Republic
--Protesters charged as gang members file lawsuit against Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel, from Melissa Blasius/ABC15
--Arizona executions put on hold over snafu with death-penalty drugs, from Brooke Newman/Cronkite News