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President Bush nominated Arizona native and Arizona State University law graduate Diane Humetewa to succeed Paul Charlton as U.S. Attorney for Arizona on Thursday.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for Arizona has seized cash from the owners of five Mesa motels accused of operating as safe houses for human smuggling.
This week Diane J. Humetewa will become the first American Indian woman in the country’s history to be a U.S. attorney. The Senate confirmed her nomination late Thursday as the next U.S. attorney for Arizona.
Arizona's U.S. Attorney Diane Humetewa says she was never pressured by the Bush administration to drop an investigation of Arizona Republican Rep. Rick Renzi, as was rumored shortly after the president nominated her for her post.
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U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales took the proper course to resign, former U.S. Attorney of Arizona Paul Charlton said Monday.
A federal grand jury this week indicted a 61-year-old Scottsdale woman on charges that she bilked investors of millions, spending $4.8 million on a Paradise Valley home, homes for two daughters and pieces of art, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Wednesday.
A former top federal prosecutor will investigate whether there is sufficient evidence to bring impeachment charges against state utility regulator Jim Irvin.
In this undated handout from the Mexican Attorney General\'s Office, convicted drug trafficker Osiel Cardenas is shown.
MEXICO CITY - Mexico extradited four major drug traffickers to the U.S. on Friday, a sign that the nation's new president will deliver on his promise for more cooperation in fighting cross-border crime.
International human and drug smuggling rings that find safe haven across the Mexican border will be targeted under agreements between U.S. and Mexican prosecutors announced Wednesday in Phoenix.
February 28, 2005
The Scottsdale City Council this week will get legal advice on abandoning federal easements, even though it has already abandoned them numerous times and allowed buildings to be constructed across them.
July 29, 2004
LOS ANGELES - Victoria Sellers, daughter of the late actor Peter Sellers, was arrested Monday in Hollywood on immigration violations and will be deported to Britain, federal authorities said.
WASHINGTON - The Bush administration, called to account by Congress after the Supreme Court blocked military tribunals, said Tuesday all detainees at Guantanamo Bay and in U.S. military custody everywhere are entitled to protections under the Geneva Conventions.
October 16, 2004
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has taken control of the remaining 22.4 million available flu shots in the United States in an attempt to make sure only those who really need the shot get it.
In Spanish and English, the Senate pushed contentious immigration legislation over early procedural hurdles with deceptive ease on Tuesday as President Barack Obama insisted the “moment is now” to give 11 million immigrants in the United States illegally a chance at citizenship.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - As Saddam Hussein's lawyer made a last-ditch effort to impede his execution Thursday, the White House was preparing for the ousted dictator to be hanged as early as this weekend, a senior administration official said.
Each Tuesday and Thursday, the Internal Revenue Service hands out the special numbers that allow hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to file federal and state tax returns each year.
The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has tapped a longtime crime victims’ rights advocate for its office who has a personal connection that adds to his passion for the job.
A judge has removed the Maricopa County Attorney's Office from prosecuting a financial planner who is accused in a scheme to defraud a Tempe church and about 30 investors of more than $5 million over more than a decade.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says an investigation into Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is serious and ongoing.
Bulletproof vests replaced by Valley police officers because of a threat of deterioration in the Arizona heat may have offered even less protection than originally thought.