The Last Hurdle: Arizona Gets its Day in Court

April 25, 2012

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Arizona’s S.B.1070: First man in line is both an American and an Mexican

April 24, 2012


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Arizona S.B.1070: Understanding “wrong” versus “illegal”

April 23, 2012


A Snapshot of American Justice: Jury Convicts in 4th Renteria Trial

August 24, 2011


Arizona vs. Renteria Trial # 4: A snapshot of American Justice (Brian Mori provides context to Tucson, Arizona’s Media coverage of Daniel Renteria’s fourth manslaughter trial as he travels through Alaska. Mori watched the first three trials and published for while he was in Tucson.) Tucson: The fourth jury empowered with deciding the fate […]

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Giffords’ Hero Loses Student Election; Scandal, Student Courts, and Expression Restraints

April 22, 2011


Read Brian Mori’s series coverage of the Spring 2011 UA undergrad scandal involving Daniel Hernandez Jr., the intern President Obama hailed as a hero for attempts to help Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in the Tucson Mass Shooting earlier this year. Daniel Hernandez Jr. was twice turned down for student body president of the University of Arizona […]

“Child Prostitution” Law Limits Judges’ Power – Lawmakers Question

March 3, 2011


    Child Prostitution Bill Limits Judges’ Discretion – Lawmakers Question    

Posted in: Arizona Politics

Accused Tucson Shooter Held Without Bail; Comments from Fmr. Tea Party Leader

January 11, 2011