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The Arizona Supreme Court is the state supreme court of the U.S. state of Arizona . It consists of a chief justice, a vice chief justice, and five associate justices. Each justice is appointed by the governor of Arizona from a list recommended by a bipartisan commission. Justices stand for retention in an election two years after ...


AZ Supreme Court. The Supreme Court The Supreme Court's primary judicial duties under Article VI, §5 of the Arizona Constitution, are to review appeals and to provide rules of procedure for all the courts in Arizona. It is the highest court in the state of Arizona and is often called the court of last resort. The Supreme Court  ...


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The Arizona Judicial Branch is pleased to offer Public Access to Court Case Information, a valuable online service providing a resource for information about court cases from participating courts in Arizona. Not all courts participate in this site. Show unavailable courts.


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Founded in February 1912, the Arizona Supreme Court is the state's court of last resort. It has administrative supervision over all the other courts, and it hears appeals of decisions from the Court of Appeals, as well as appeals in special cases from the Superior Court. Special cases include those involving the death penalty ...


Find AZ Supreme Court decisions, opinions, and cases in FindLaw's searchable database of records beginning in April 1760 to the present.


Apr 1, 2018 ... PHOENIX - The Arizona Supreme Court heard arguments Monday on whether DACA recipients have legal status in the state and are entitled to in-state college tuition prices. Hundreds of immigrant students attending college in Arizona are protected from deportation and allowed to work in the U.S. under a ...


Mar 19, 2018 ... The Supreme Court refused Monday to decide if the death penalty is no longer constitutional.