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The State Bar of Arizona is increasingly at risk of becoming a laughingstock in its dealings with Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas, as the quasi-official agency would appear to be continually investigating this publicly elected official.
PHOENIX - The Arizona Senate voted Thursday to prohibit the state from implementing a federal law requiring states to comply with security guidelines for driver licenses and state-issued identification cards.
Anyone who wants to know whether guns are allowed where alcohol is served needs to look for this sign. If it's present, gun owners are supposed to leave their weapons in their vehicles. If it's not, then a state law that takes effect Wednesday allows anyone with a permit to carry a concealed weapon to bring their gun along, as long as they don't drink.
If you don’t want to patronize a place that serves liquor where customers can carry a gun, you should look for a sign.
Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas and his office will face a special independent investigator in several ongoing ethics probes against them, the State Bar of Arizona announced Wednesday.
The State Bar of Arizona is investigating Tom Horne, adding to the legal woes of the state's top lawyer.
As legislators, we are very concerned about continuing reports of retaliatory actions against Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas by the State Bar of Arizona.
When a football team is schizophrenic, that is a bad thing. But Arizona State’s football team discovered that being the opposite is worse. During the first five games of the season, the Sun Devils did not possess multiple personalities.
When headlines are filled with the ethical failures of corporate and community leaders, it’s easy for citizens to get lulled into believing all they read. That’s why it’s critical that I separate fact from fiction and dispel the inaccurate allegations that have recently been made against the State Bar of Arizona.
Foes of planned cuts to the state’s health care plan described them Monday as draconian and cruel.
Bar patrons may soon be bothered only once to prove they’re old enough to drink.
The House of Representatives voted Wednesday to repeal laws prohibiting people who are armed from going into bars, restaurants and other places where alcoholic beverages are sold.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sandra Day O’Connor returned to her Arizona roots Friday to be honored for nearly 50 years of public service.
The chief counsel of the State Bar of Arizona wants to free up attorneys to reveal more confidential information they obtain from their clients.
The State Bar of Arizona is weighing whether to require new lawyers to swear they won't let their views on someone's sexual orientation affect their duty, a move foes said could force attorneys to represent clients whose view they find personally offensive.
A prominent Valley attorney says he is facing retaliation by the State Bar of Arizona for speaking out against the organization’s wide-ranging ethics probe of Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas. Ernest Calderón learned on Friday the State Bar plans to remove him from a position he has held since 2004 representing the organization on the national stage.
A Tempe woman has been practicing law without certification and ripping off people who were going through divorces, the State Bar of Arizona alleges in a complaint filed Thursday.
February 8, 2005
The state Bar of Arizona has launched a new ethics investigation against Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas over his prosecution of county supervisor Don Stapley.
In a year when state lawmakers have been quick on the trigger for new gun legislation, Gov. Janet Napolitano stopped a political bullet Monday by vetoing a plan that would have allowed firearms into bars and restaurants that serve liquor.
April 26, 2005
In Arizona, the state is the sole regulator of the sale and purchase of alcoholic beverages, while cities use local zoning laws to determine the location of establishments where sales or consumption take place.
The first letter appeared at the eighth-floor office of Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas in October.
The organization that regulates lawyer conduct is making another bid to spell out clearly the obligation of attorneys not to discriminate.
Secretary of State Ken Bennett was wrong in refusing to process initiative petitions seeking to permanently extend the state's one-cent sales tax, a judge ruled Wednesday.