The Pima County Commission on Trial Court Appointments wants your opinion on candidates for the vacant spot on Pima County Superior Court's bench.
A Tucson woman who arranged for her former boyfriend to be beaten to death was sentenced to life in prison Monday with release possible after 25 years. She was also sentenced to a consecutive five-year sentence for kidnapping.
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.
Gov. Jan Brewer has appointed Pima County Superior Court Judge Michael Miller to replace retired Arizona Court of Appeals Judge J. William Brammer Jr.
A Tucson mother of three told a teenage home invader Monday his actions devastated her family, but she is praying for him.
Robbery suspect Joseph Slay-Hernandez went before Judge Michael Miller Thursday hoping to be told he could have a couple more weeks to think about the deal he'd been offered.
A Tucson man was sentenced Monday to a no-parole life term in the November 2010 death of his girlfriend's former boyfriend.
A Tucson man could be placed on probation or received up to 17 1/2 years in prison after pleading guilty to two felony counts of luring a minor for exploitation and four misdemeanor counts of attempted sexual conduct with a minor.
A Tucson man was sentenced to a no-parole life term Monday in the November 2010 death of his girlfriend’s former boyfriend.
Usually case management conferences are boring. That wasn't true this morning in the case of two former city employees charged with theft.
Scott Mediz, who was recently convicted of murdering his girlfriend's ex, will not be getting a new trial.
A Tucson woman was sentenced to 10 1/2 years in prison Wednesday in the May 2011 death of a 46-year-old local man.
Woman dies in fire on southeast side
A 36-year-old Tucson woman is facing between seven and 21 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to manslaughter.
A former paralegal with the Pima County Attorney's Office was placed on two years probation Thursday for forgery.
A former paralegal with the Pima County Attorney’s Office pleaded guilty to two counts of forgery with intent to defraud Monday in Pima County Superior Court.
A 19-year-old Tucson man is facing between 12 and 36 years in
prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter and aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon in connection with a shooting that left a
16-year-old girl dead last year.
Having just sat as a juror, Santiago Lozano says he understands
why prosecutors believe his son’s killer should be given a plea
A woman who worked for 12 years as a paralegal for the Pima
County Attorney’s Office was arraigned this week on charges
alleging she stole more than $4,000 from the office — money
intended to reimburse crime victims and witnesses for travel to
Pima County Superior Court and per diem costs.