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PHOENIX - The Arizona Supreme Court unanimously ruled Friday that there is no longer a right in this state to sue someone for aiding and abetting others in defrauding people.
A former Tucson resident has been placed on seven years' probation for bilking 40 investors out of $5 million in a failed Colorado development project.
The former board member of a Tempe-based Islamic charity has been sentenced to 14½ years in prison and ordered to pay more than $3 million restitution for bilking members of the group in an investment scheme, Attorney General Tom Horne said today.
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