Matt Nelson's slashing prices on new Justices of the Peace! That's right, for a limited-time only, Tempe and Chandler voters can elect a new JP for 25-percent off the current price. Maybe. County officials say they aren't sure taking a pay cut is legal; Nelson admits he didn't research that before ... More >>
Just in time for a round of political debates and candidate forums -- including one tonight -- an anonymous letter to the Arizona State Bar Association has prompted an investigation of Lawrence Robinson, a candidate in the race for a District 8 seat on the Phoenix City Council. [Chicanos Por La Cau ... More >>
It appears a person with an actual law degree also thinks it's a bit strange that former middle school teacher's aide Gabriela Compton got probation for having sex with a student, groping another, and sending some nudie pictures that the teenaged boys passed around.Slate posted an online article yes ... More >>
Scottie Pippen, former Chicago Bulls player, is suing the ASU Foundation for an online article he claims defamed him. Basketball superstar Scottie Pippen wants $1 million each from the ASU Foundation and various media outlets around the country for calling him broke.Sounds like a great way to ... More >>
I just received the witness list for Thursday's 287(g) hearing from New York Congressman Jerrold Nadler's office. At this point, it's highly unlikely that the Republicans will try to call Sheriff Joe Arpaio because the Dems are running the show, and Arpaio would be walking into a hostile environment ... More >>
You've seen Legally Blonde, but did you know Elle Woods really grew up in Paradise Valley?
JP posse sticks to its guns in decades-long battle to clean up it judicial corral
Cheer and flag clothing on the campaign trail, 1998
After one drunken afternoon in 1994, longtime ASU law lecturer Michael Berch was forced to take an extended leave of absence. Now, despite allegations that he sexually harassed students and colleagues, he's returning to the classroom.