The Arizona Supreme Court reassigned longtime Justice of the Peace, Jacque McVay, from the bench August 18, 2006, due to a pending investigation. Keith Stott, director of Judicial Conduct confirmed that action was taken after a complaint was filed against the judge.
McVay was elected in 1988 and has since… read more »
Late one evening in November 2002, a Pima County sheriff’s deputy saw defendant May driving in excess of the speed limit. He pulled behind May’s vehicle, saw it temporarily veer off the road, and directed May to stop. In May’s car were two passengers: an adult female and a… read more »
Phoenix police officer Thomas Tieman stopped the defendant for driving without his headlights and for following a vehicle too closely. The officer detected an odor of alcohol on defendant’s breath and observed that the defendant had fumbling fingers, bloodshot and watery eyes, and slurred speech. After the defendant failed… read more »
In the case of Derendal v. Griffin and Phoenix, the Arizona Supreme Court has created a new test for determining whether misdemeanor defendants have Constitutional rights to jury trials. Many are concerned that the new standard may impact whether a person charged with DUI will be entitled to a… read more »
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