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TUCSON - A federal appeals court has ruled that a juvenile’s confession in the 1991 killings of nine people at a Buddhist temple near Phoenix was involuntary.
A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that a teenager's confession to nine killings at a Buddhist temple was involuntary, agreeing with a smaller panel's earlier decision.
The Arizona Attorney General's Office has decided to file a petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review the case of a Thai-born teenager's confession to nine killings in 1991 at a Buddhist temple near Phoenix.
Prosecutors plan to seek a retrial for a man whose conviction for killing nine people at a Buddhist temple was overturned after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to reverse a decision that threw out his confession.
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Tom Agnos was found dead Monday afternoon from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in his West Valley back yard, authorities said.
How would you like to buy a gun that killed an Arizona police officer?
After 16 years as Maricopa County attorney, Richard Romley is now free of the office and openly job shopping. The popular Republican says he might run for governor or congressman.
January 21, 2005