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  • Defense attorney Kirk Nurmi questions defendant Jodi Arias about her relationship with Travis Alexander during her trial at Judge Sherry Stephens' Superior Court, on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013.  Arias, 32, is accused of stabbing and slashing Alexander, 27 times, slitting his throat and shooting him in the head in his suburban Phoenix home in June 2008. She initially denied any involvement, then later blamed it on masked intruders before eventually settling on self-defense.  (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Charlie Leight)

    Nurmi turns over license to practice law, Arias continues to negatively affect lives

    Jodi Arias continues to leave a trail of destruction. Her latest victim is her own attorney (the one who saved her life – twice), Kirk Nurmi.
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    Legally Speaking: Jail will not be part of Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s future

    It is official: Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been criminally charged. Will he ever see the inside of a jail cell as an inmate?
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    Legally Speaking: Here are Paul Penzone’s options in defamation suit against Joe Arpaio

    On Thursday, Penzone announced he's filing a civil defamation lawsuit against Arpaio for a current commercial.
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    Legally Speaking: I-10 shooter suit poses interesting question about suing officials

    It's hard to determine when officials should be sued, but the lawsuit filed by accused I-10 shooter Leslie Merritt Jr. poses interesting an question.
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    Unanswered questions in Arpaio contempt case likely to linger after November vote

    Unanswered questions about Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's criminal contempt case will likely hang around until after the November election.
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    How should Diamondbacks, taxpayers feel about possible Chase Field sale?

    Should the Arizona Diamondbacks be happy about about a possible sale of Chase Field? Should the taxpayers? Yes and no.
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    Legally Speaking: Little progress made in Arizona’s lethal injection court fight

    Arizona’s death penalty by lethal injection was front and center Wednesday at the federal courthouse yet little, if anything, was actually resolved.
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    Legally Speaking: Firearms sales running into issue of due process

    From politicians to juries to the Supreme Court, we saw decisions and verdicts ranging from immigration to guns to drinking to rock-n-roll.
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    Legally Speaking: Judge Snow made it clear how he feels about Sheriff Arpaio

    It took Judge Snow months to issue his initial decision finding "America’s Toughest Sheriff" and his top aides in contempt of court, but he acted quickly and efficiently Tuesday
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    Judge’s execution ruling leaves Arizona at crossroads in death penalty debate

    A judge's ruling to keep an execution ban in place means Arizona faces a long and costly road to decide what's next for the death penalty in the state.
  • Legally Speaking: Tom Brady’s options limited after court reinstates suspension

    This Monday morning it's safe to say Tom Brady and the New England Patriots aren't happy with the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
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    Legally Speaking: What the accused Phoenix freeway shooter’s dropped charges mean

    What does the dropped charges on accused I-10 freeway shooter Leslie Allen Merritt Jr. mean?
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    Legally Speaking: What Arizona’s modified revenge porn law means for jilted lovers

    Under Arizona's modified revenge porn law, vengeful people who post nude photos or videos of their ex could be charged with a felony.
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    Get Outdoors Rookie Camp with Monica Lindstrom: Shooting range

    I asked Monica what type of firearm she had for home protection. She responded that she didn’t know but she knew that it was there and how to get to it!
  • MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred (left) and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. (AP Photos)

    MLB can do what NFL didn’t with hard stance against domestic violence

    MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred has a chance to do what NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell failed to: Take a hard stance against domestic violence the first time.