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Ruling: No Right to Not be Called 'Alleged Victim'

An Arizona appeals court says judges have leeway to decide how to refer to crime victims, depending on the case.

Tucson 'Operation Streamline' Prosecutions Highest Since Launch

The controversial system for prosecuting immigrants has seen an almost 70 percent increase over last year.

Court Tosses Case Claiming Bias Against Opposite-Sex Couples

A woman claimed discrimination based on benefits afforded unwed same-sex couples.

CBP Officer Used Government Credit Cards to Buy Gas for his Vehicles

Juan Fernando Barajas admitting to buying gas for personal vehicles with 13 stolen cards.

Following the Journey of One Asylum Seeker From Honduras

The country is known for violence against women and the LGBTQ community.

Immigration Attorney Explains Process for Receiving Asylum

What five categories are acceptable reasons for pursuing asylum.

Former Border Patrol Agent Who Aided Smuggling Sentenced

Alberto Michel previously pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to traffic in marijuana and bribery.

Border Patrol Agent Will be Retried on Manslaughter Charges

Border Patrol Agent Lonnie Swartz was found "not guilty" of 2nd degree murder, prosecutors will try again on manslaughter charges.

Border Patrol Union Chides Agency for Not Defending Agent

National union paid legal costs to defend Border Patrol Agent Lonnie Swartz of murder charges.

Attorney Explains Difference Between Walkout and Strike

Employment Attorney Barney Holtzman also discussed whether districts can be sued for the walkout.

What Difference Does Title IX Make?

Understanding shifts in thinking on the law that has come to target sexual violence on campus.

Border Agent Acquitted of 2nd-Degree Murder, What’s Next?

Journalists Perla Trevizo and Paul Ingram reflect on the federal trial of Lonnie Swartz.

Historic Walkout; #RedforEd and Charters; Border Agent Acquitted

And former state treasurer Dean Martin explains the sustainability of the governor's teacher pay raise plan.

UA Law School Admissions Change Gains Traction Nationwide

The Bar Association is considering loosening testing requirements after UA used GRE scores to find students.

SCOTUS Rejects Part of Law That Could Accelerate Some Deportations

Court said the law was vague about how to define violent crimes.

Man Found Guilty in 2016 Death of Former Supervisor Ann Day

Jurors convicted Jarrad Barnes of negligent homicide.

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