A man imprisoned for nearly four decades for the killing of two 20-year-olds pleaded no contest Wednesday to second-degree murder charges in a move that secured his freedom.
Quartzsite's Town Attorney Martin Brannan who presumably is the guy in charge apparently goes to persuade the ruling overlords to accept his testimony that the council made him do it. Court document download link. Have fun.
Today it was my privilege to deny Vernon Parker--Neocon tool endorsed by Daddy Bush and who's favorite Arizona politician is Sieg Kyl--a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Not only is Arizona's Sheriff Joe Arpaio up for reelection himself, but the issues he represents hold a major stake in today's presidential election.
Drayton Witt was convicted 10 years ago of murdering his 4-month-old infant son, Steven, by shaking him to death. His conviction was thrown out last spring after years of appeals that called into question the science behind it.
John Stuart is suing members of the police in Arizona court for violating his Rights and failing in their duties to the point of perjury and manufacturing evidence against him. And stopping the AG and Co. Attorney from defending them.
Copy of the police report for the public to make its own mind up. Disorderly conduct-disruptive behavior. Black robed pirate sets bond at ridiculous amount of $3,500 for a simple misdemeanor in order to purposely hold him in Co. Jail.
Just when it seemed Quartzsite Town Management was finally going to "play nice" (albeit at the point of a court order), today they returned to their normal game plan and refused to let Mayor Ed Foster enter the play ground!
Yet he knew that accepting free tickets from the trucking association could be considered unethical. The organization represents trucking and transportation companies regulated by the DPS. But Hegarty wouldn't have been concerned
After months of legal wrangling, Ed Foster was seated as Quartzsite’s mayor at the Town Council’s Oct. 23 regular meeting. The council approved a resolution, No. 12-17, stating Foster was qualified to serve as mayor. The council’s vote was unanimous.
Proposition 120 would amend the state's constitution to declare Arizona's sovereignty and jurisdiction over the "air, water, public lands, minerals, wildlife and other natural resources within the state's boundaries."
Defense attorney Marc Victor told the jury during his closing arguments Tuesday that the case is not "about whether or not you like Elizabeth Johnson." (Also, link to live streaming of trial.)
Arizona Game and Fish Department officials say outside experts agree with state biologists that a hunter’s trail camera captured an image of a jaguar late last month.
'Hobo hunting,' sexual misconduct, and fraudulent expense reports totaling more than $1 million are some of the allegations facing the Arizona National Guard.
If some voters had their way, Mickey Mouse would be an Arizona senator. And U.S. president. And a mayor. And on every local school board. Donald Duck, a close runner-up for all those races, likely would concede.
Libertarian Marc Victor elbowed his way into the conversation Wednesday night, repeatedly needling Republican Rep. Jeff Flake over his hallmark accomplishment during his dozen years in Congress: killing the practice of earmarks.
The two rivals also traded barbs over earmarks -- Flake's signature issue -- and bringing home federal dollars to Arizona, as well as other topics. (and that damn Libertarian Marc Victor was there too talk'n about real issues and stuff)
At the present time in Pima Co it is easy to cheat using our election computers and impossible to challenge a rigged election. The ease of cheating when matched with the impossibility of challenging any specific election requires “WE THE PEOPLE” inte
Any request you make of the Phoenix City Council gets reviewed by the Arizona Republic
For those following the now fifth year of the John Stuart murder re-trial in Arizona . . . well it is continuing to drag on.
The last U.S. Border Patrol agent fatally shot on duty was Brian Terry, who was killed in a shootout with Mexican bandits near the border in December 2010. The shooting was later linked to the Fast and Furious gun smuggling operation.
The allegations stem from an 11-month-long FBI investigation into Business Leaders for Arizona, an independent expenditure committee chaired by Kathleen Winn and operated in close coordination with Horne in violation of
Perhaps best known for shooting two burros while he was a congressman and painting a crosswalk between the Prescott courthouse and Whiskey Row, Steiger's long, storied political career began with a bet.
The report on this investigation was completed on December 7th, 2011. The information was never submitted to a grand jury by Attorney General Tom Horne who determined his office would not prosecute the multiple abuses of
Police in Arizona can now enforce the controversial “show-your-papers” section of the state's immigration law as part of the crackdown on illegal immigration.
A judge in Arizona ruled Tuesday that police can immediately start enforcing the most contentious section of the state’s immigration law, marking the first time officers can carry out the so-called “show me your papers” provision.
Arizona's child-welfare agency discovered a computer glitch that kept records from parents, lawyers and others for 15 years, that led to children being wrongly removed and prevented caregivers from supporting civil claims against the state.
A Coconino County Superior Court judge issued an apology for telling a sexual assault victim that she would not have been assaulted had she not been at a bar comments made during the sentencing of former Dept. of Public Safety officer
Marc J. Victor opens his campaign for U.S. Senate at the Arizona Breakfast Club on September 1st, 2012. He gave his opening speech on freedom.
The US Supreme Court laid a legal minefield that Arizona now must navigate requires all Arizona police officers to check the immigration status of people they stop while enforcing other laws and suspect are in the country illegally.