Audiotape might have helped Tucsonan's defense, state Supreme Court says.
James Lee Derrington was sentenced after his guilty plea to second-degree murder.
Bryan Peter Foshay to spend at least 25 years in prison for 2012 killing.
Former staffer says she did campaign work during normal business hours.
Mark Phillip Grimes pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.
PHOENIX — Arizonans have a constitutional right to defend themselves against criminal charges, not just at trial but all the way up to the state Supreme Court, the justices ruled Friday.
A man the prosecutor described as a “one-man crime wave” was sentenced to six years in prison for a string of burglaries on the Northwest side.
PHOENIX — Attorney General Tom Horne is lashing out at a former staffer who charges he is using his office to campaign for re-election even as he opens a court fight over whether he broke the law in 2010 to get elected the first time.
Even after hearing a second round of closing arguments, a jury in the case against a former Tucson police officer accused of rape was unable to reach a verdict.
The secondary property tax that South Tucson has collected since fiscal year 2012 is illegal because it was never submitted to a citywide vote, City Manager Luis Gonzales said Thursday.
Tucson attorney Rosemary Marquez was appointed a federal judge for Arizona today, nearly three years after she was nominated for the post.
The demotion of a former Tucson police spokeswoman after she took provocative videos and photos of herself and sent them to a subordinate officer she was in a relationship with has been reversed by a Pima County Superior Court judge.
PHOENIX — Secretary of State Ken Bennett is asking a federal judge to rebuff efforts by the Green Party to get its candidates on the Arizona ballot this year.
His son was sitting upright in a chair with his hands crossed when his father says he found him dead in the bedroom.
Tucsonans with legal issues or basic law questions have an opportunity to receive free advice from qualified attorneys.
A group of Arivaca residents are not giving up on their efforts to have a Border Patrol checkpoint removed from their community.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s management of the San Pedro River went on trial here Monday.
A state law regulating the use of drugs prescribed in medical abortions would put unfair obstacles in the paths of women seeking abortions, opponents of the law argued in federal court in Tucson on Wednesday.
PHOENIX —The attorney for the state's largest community college system says Gov. Jan Brewer has no right to tell them how much they can charge "dreamers" to attend school there.
TUSD did not violate state law or district policy when it awarded a $92,500 contract to a Texas firm with ties to Superintendent H.T. Sanchez, an in-house review determined.