Pearce wins a Pyrrhic victory, of sorts The Arizona Supreme Court today handed state Senate President Russell Pearce a partial win in his bid to rig the redistricting process that will affect Sand Land politics for the next 10 years.In an order just issued by Vice Chief Justice Andrew Hurwitz, the c ... More >>
Pearce wants to call the shots on the "independent" redistricting panel, and is suing to get his wayWell that didn't take long. As anticipated, state Senate President-elect Russell Pearce and his so-far compliant wingman state House Speaker Kirk Adams, are taking to court their bid to rig Arizona's ... More >>
Pearce wants to meddle with the IRC for his own selfish political endsArizona's Independent Redistricting Commission won't be independent if state Senate President-elect Russell Pearce has anything to do with it.Already, Pearce, with the assistance of state House Speaker Kirk Adams, has effectively ... More >>
Experienced elections law attorney Lisa Hauser (pictured) isn't the only applicant to face rejection for an appointment to the Arizona Supreme Court. Seventeen people applied for the vacancy on the high court to be left by outgoing Chief Justice Ruth McGregor, so Hauser had plenty o ... More >>
Joe Arpaio, Andy Thomas and Dennis Wilenchik hit New Times with grand jury subpoenas
Justice Stanley Feldman has ruled the Arizona legal scene for years. But now he's gone. And Governor Janet Napolitano has some important decisions to make.
The legal community is abuzz about who will be Arizona's next Supreme Court justice.
For all that's at stake, the state's most influential lobbyists and businesses are strangely silent on Proposition 200, which would remove them as the primary financiers of election campaigns