A defense attorney for a Tucson man charged with killing one of his friends in a fatal car crash hopes a meeting with a judge this morning* will convince prosecutors to give his client a plea agreement.
After spending approximately seven months in the jail's restoration-to-competency program, a Tucson man accused of molesting a little girl at a fastfood restaurant has been deemed competent.
A Tucson man accused of beating his girlfriend to death with a crowbar convinced a judge Friday to reduce his bond from $500,000 to $10,000. If he's able to post the bond, pretrial services will monitor him until his case is resolved.
A Tucson man was sentenced to a no-parole life term Monday in the November 2010 death of his girlfriend’s former boyfriend.
A Tucson man who tried to kidnap a jogger at knife-point last year was sentenced Monday to 11 1/4 years in prison.
It took a Pima County jury just one hour to reject a Tucson man’s claims he killed another man in self-defense in November 2010.
A Tucson man must spend the rest of his life on intensive probation for failing to seek medical attention for his infant son, who suffered multiple broken bones and other injuries last fall.
Last January, Leonard Dorame, 29, was arrested and charged with breaking his 4-month-old son's ribs, bones in the boy's upper and lower legs, and bones in the baby's left arm.
A Marana teenager who posted some alarming comments on Facebook has been placed on one year of probation.
A Tucson man who shot his girlfriend two years ago, partially paralyzing her, was placed on three years probation Tuesday in Pima County Superior Court.
Ivan Smythe, the Tucson man accused of attacking a little girl at a local fastfood restaurant last fall, will be spending the next several weeks in a restoration-to-competency program at the jail.