Bradford Lund, heir to an immense Disney fortune and son of local developer Bill Lund, wants a federal judge to fire his state-appointed legal guardian.Lund, his father, and other members of the family have been embroiled in a nasty fight over hundreds of millions of dollars in a trust left to Walt ... More >>
Letters from the issue of Thursday, May 12, 2005
Clint Bolick is trying to change the world, one lawsuit at at time.
JP posse sticks to its guns in decades-long battle to clean up it judicial corral
By letting cases languish, a veteran Family Court judge and his assistant created havoc in the lives of parents and children
Two senior court officers sit at home, wondering if they've been blacklisted
Zlaket casts misguided stones in controversial rape case
The county's jails are crammed full. But not with the dangerous felons backers of an initiative to raise money for new jails would have you believe.
A Tempe activist wins the first round in a civic skirmish to soften the city's innovative rental-housing rules. But look for a new and improved version later this year, after landlords and tenants forge a compromise code.
Stadium-tax foes strike out again in Superior Court
Judge who released an accused gunman loses his spot on initial-appearance bench
Danny Wilcox, the Tolleson area's elected constable, hasn't been to work since November
A LOOPHOLE HAS ALLOWED THE MENTALLY INCOMPETENT TO COMMIT CRIME AFTER CRIME, WITHOUT BEING PUNISHED OR PLACED UNDER SUPERVISION
SOME PLUNDERED ESTATES WIN COMPENSATION, BUT CRIMINAL CASE FACES DELAYS
RELATIVES OF SENIORS WHOSE ESTATES WERE PLUNDERED HOPE FOR JUSTICE