The prosecution rested its case against Pamela Phillips on Friday morning after more than two weeks of testimony.
A jury in Pima County Superior Court on Wednesday convicted Keanu Deano Castaneda of first-degree murder, armed robbery and aggravated assault.
A Tucson man accused of killing a 17-year-old student in a fatal drug rip took the stand today in his trial in Pima County Superior Court.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has launched a new consumer-protection website.
A search warrant return from the house where a husband and wife allegedly kept three children locked in their bedrooms has been released.
Testimony in the first-degree murder trial of Pamela Phillips on Friday morning made no mention of the defendant.
A former friend of Pamela Phillips testified Thursday that Phillips told her she wanted to have her ex-husband killed.
The trial of a man accused of shooting and killing another man in a drug deal gone bad began today.
The first-degree murder trial of former Tucsonan Pamela Phillips continues today with testimony from the husband of one of Phillips' close friends.
The Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review has put out a call to the public to comment on judicial performance.
A former high school swimming coach accused of possessing child pornography was sentenced to four months in jail and 10 years probation.
The state has begun to make its case against Pamela Phillips, a former Tucsonan accused of having her ex-husband Gary Triano killed in 1996.
Opening arguments in the first-degree murder trial of Pamela Phillips are set to start Wednesday morning.
Defense arguments in the trial of Carlos Miguel Zacarias, who was acquitted of first-degree murder on Tuesday, focussed heavily on the testimony of eyewitnesses.
The trial of a man accused in a fatal drug-rip began this week in Pima County Superior Court.
The Jury Commissioner’s office at Pima County Superior Court has received calls from county residents about a possible scam.
Residents of Pima County have reported that a person is contacting them and demanding $2,000 to avoid arrest for failing to show up for jury duty.