Arizona DA Accused of Stonewalling Records Request

In more than six months since a receiving a request for thousands of documents, the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has provided just a single list of employees – a clear violation of the Arizona Public Records Law, the American Civil Liberties Union and a freelance journalist say in a lawsuit filed Wednesday.

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Justices Consider Time Limits for Fabricated Evidence Claims

After surviving two election fraud trials brought by a “beyond biased” prosecutor accused of falsifying sworn statements and interfering with DNA testing, a former commissioner on a New York county elections board implored the Supreme Court justices Wednesday to keep his civil case against the prosecutor alive.

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