Brian Eftenoff's going to prison. He shouldn't have called his dead wife a coke whore.
Gay convict claims judge's homophobia put him on Death Row
Burger chain heads to court over alleged trademark violation
The DEA may finally get its man
They call it "Snake Farm." Lawyers like Cal Thur battle State Farm to protect consumers from their own insurance company. Moral of the story: Don't have an accident.
Civil suits take back seat to criminal cases in county's full court press
The news just keeps getting worse for investors in the Baptist Foundation of Arizona
Former Taco Bell owner and Baptist Foundation ex-director files lawsuit against BFA
Investors file suit against besieged Baptist Foundation
The bombshell never exploded in the state's most-watched murder trial
Foster kids say the state ignored its own policies, exposing them to sexual predators
Does Fife Symington have the guts to finally 'fess up?
Zlaket casts misguided stones in controversial rape case
Friends say controversial police sting contributed to store owner's demise
Allegations of fraud swirl around a White Mountain RV resort, and the Baptist Foundation of Arizona is right in the middle of it
Hundreds of inmates in state prisons need special protection from gang paybacks. When officials tried to mix them in with the general-prison population, they filed suit--and won.
Increasingly, public officials ignore laws they're paid to uphold. Citizens and interest groups regularly drag these same bureaucrats into court, trying to ensure that the laws of the land are enforced. But now even the courts, once bastions of authority,
In the trial of the decade, Butch Harrod is found guilty of the 1988 murder of wealthy Phoenix widow Jeanne Tovrea
They spent months covered in the dust and dirt of a prison renovation. Now, dozens of officers and inmates say the state risked their lives by making them work with asbestos.
The nursing assistant was fired for sexual misconduct. But when he was charged with crimes, Samaritan Health System decided he deserved the best defense money could buy.
It took years, and some luck, to unravel Symington's web of deceit
Odd development in Symington trial
Jurors in Symington's 12-week criminal trial hear closing arguments, begin deliberations
Attorney casts himself as martyr in bizarre courtroom melodrama
Former "King of Probate" faces long prison term for ripping off elderly
Some observers believe governor must testify to save his own skin
Martha Symington's lawyer tells jury of governor's profligacy
Icelandic judge stays extradition, saying Arpaio's jails violate standards of humane treatment
The state's largest private employer pours money into African-American causes--but critics charge its bosses don't walk the talk
Arpaio's barbaric jails cited as reason to halt extradition from Iceland
Why tough-talking county prosecutors freed a man facing 48 years in prison on a kiddie porn conviction
Snell Johnson is a well-known sculptor. Some investors know him best as a con artist.
After an eight-year struggle, Darlene Span succeeds where Alan Dershowitz failed
Legal aid to farmworkers and Indians slashed as Congress seeks end to mass lawsuits
Litigation over care fo rArizona's mentally ill ended four years ago. Sowhy have private attorneys racked up more than $1 million in fees since then?
IT TOOK COURAGE FOR THE DEAF GIRL TO ALLEGE RAPE. SHE WAS REWARDED WITH AN UNPREPARED PROSECUTOR WHO BUNGLED THE CASE.
BARBARA ROSS SAYS A JUDGE AND HER FORMER HUSBAND--ATTORNEY GENERAL GRANT WOODS--TRANPLED HER CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS IN A CHILD CUSTODY CASE
AFTER THE COURT FOUND HER HUSBAND INNOCENT OF ATTACKING HER, SHE SUED HIM-AND WON
HEY, JUDGE, PUT THAT BLINDFOLD BACK ON!