The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors will choose an interim replacement for departed County Attorney Andrew Thomas in a few days. Here's some predictions about who won't get the gig: 1. SATAN: Left, in photo. 2. JESUS: Right, in photo. 3.. BILL MONTGOMERY: Andy Thomas clone ... More >>
Private lawyers in Maricopa County child-dependency cases are soaking us for unbelievable bucks
A murderer tells New Times that he wants desperately to die, but a U.S. appeals court won't let the state kill him
When a career courthouse scam artist joins forces with a top Arizona criminal defense attorney, it ain't pretty
Infamous killer Robert Comer now says he's the one who should die
Two senior court officers sit at home, wondering if they've been blacklisted
Heiress's hit man keeps mum about plot that landed him on death row
County prosecutors seeking capital punishment for Tovrea killer
In the trial of the decade, Butch Harrod is found guilty of the 1988 murder of wealthy Phoenix widow Jeanne Tovrea
How a Valley development scheme ripped off investors, contractors and homeowners while bank, building and bar officials watched
Arpaio's barbaric jails cited as reason to halt extradition from Iceland
County attorney decides to charge man who allegedly attacked Scottsdale woman
Try as they might, Phoenix police have not been able to get the evidence they need to charge Jeanne Tovrea's stepson in her murder.
Murder victim's relatives are appalled by a judge's callousness toward them
Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox and her husband, Earl, have come out swinging against her challengers--real and imagined
Vindication in court can't erase scars suffered by counselor to young sex offenders
Judge who released an accused gunman loses his spot on initial-appearance bench
Mitchell Vanorsby was awaiting trial for armed robbery when a judge let him out of jail. Now he's back behind bars, awaiting trial for murder.
DEAD is what Angela Maher is -- struck down in her prime by accused drunken driver Gloria Schulze. GONE is what Gloria Schulze is-- allowed to escape by a judicial system that might as well have booked her flight.
THE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S HARD-LINE POLICY ON GUN CASES HAS GOTTEN HIM GOOD PRESS. IT'S ALSO CLOGGED THE COURTS, COST A LOT OF MONEY AND NEEDLESSLY IMPRISONED FIRST OFFENDERS.
ELDERLY CHURCHGOERS IN THE EAST VALLEY TRUSTED THE YOUNG COMPUTER NERD WITH THEIR LIFE SAVINGS. NOW THEY'RE BROKE.