A state panel again supports a judge's right to speak his mind
The County Attorney's Office declared war on a respected judge after he called a prosecutor's actions racist
Drastic cuts show the state's Clemency Board no mercy
Fife Symington's free and Michael Hester's not. But thanks to the ex-governor's oversight, that may soon change.
As a teen, Jose Ceja killed two people and was sentenced to die. He spent 23 years on death row as a model prisoner, and then his sentencing judge admitted he'd made a mistake. But the state of Arizona killed him anyway.
Proposition 200 -- the Drug Medicalization Act -- is causing high anxiety among politicians and lawmen
Amnesty International's Dr. Daniel Georges-Abeyie coolly argues the case against capital punishment in our hang-'em-high state