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Was Lisa Aubuchon involved in the decision to charge Ray Stern? Her personnel file says yes.In October 2007, New Times reporter Ray Stern was cited with a criminal charge for supposedly raising his voice while in the office of a lawyer working for the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office -- and ... More >>
courtesy of the Arizona Republic Dennis Wilenchik, home freeDennis Wilenchik, the one-time special prosecutor whose investigation into New Times led to the nighttime arrests of its top executives, has been cleared of all wrongdoing by the State Bar of Arizona.And, sadly, this isn't one of ... More >>
Pinal County Superior Court Judge Robert Carter Olson today unsealed the search warrant and other documents in a criminal investigation into a campaign finance scandal linked to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office -- pulling back the curtain, in part, on an investigation that is clearly both ... More >>
Why are cops afraid of The Fonz? A combination of camcorder and freedom of speech. Phoenix civil liberties activist Fronzo West is currently doing time in the Maricopa County jail for exercising his freedom of speech rights as enshrined in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Fo ... More >>
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is knocking on New Times’ door again. Investigators from the MCSO’s Special Victims Unit contacted staff writer Stephen Lemons following Thursday's arrest of activist Jarrett Maupin II. The detectives asked that Lemons come to MCSO offices for questionin ... More >>
County law enforcement's seeking more and more Web site information to mount investigations against private citizens
Besides personally demanding our arrests, Andy Thomas' special prosecutor sought to bankrupt New Times over a misdemeanor and lock up our lawyers
This vigilant vulture crafts a Christmas card to Sheriff Joe, as the Pinal County Attorney's Office threatens to seek a felony indictment against New Times
Arpaio haters, perceived and otherwise, beware! Looks like Joe's up to his old tricks
Starting a paper's not for the faint of heart. Duh!bya's Justice Department kooks made ending one even more harrowing.
The new governor appears to have double-crossed environmental supporters in choosing some new agency heads.
Food writer dishes up leftovers to Republic readers