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Contact Us Home January 20, 2018
"With business and interest groups pouring more and more money into state judicial elections ... the public can't be faulted for concluding that donors are getting what they pay for, namely favorable treatment from judges who are supposed to be impartial."
Tony Mauro, USA Today opinion column
 

JAS Reiterates Opposition to 'Court Packing' Effort

April 8, 2016

 JAS Board Chair Mark Harrison, a Phoenix attorney, took a strong stance against legislation to expand the Arizona Supreme Court and cautioned against a political “quid pro quo." See Gavel Grab for more. 

 
 
 
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