Arizona Court of Appeals Division Two Holds That A.R.S. § 14-3952, Which Governs Compromises in the Will and Probate Context, Requires Signatures By all Persons with Beneficial Interests in the Estate.
Arizona Supreme Court Holds That Law Enforcement Officers Who Arrest a Suspect Pursuant to a Warrant And Are Confronted With Readily Available Information That Objectively Casts Doubt on the Warrant’s Validity May Not Proceed With the Arrest Without Further Reasonable Inquiry Into the Validity of the Warrant.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division Two Holds That a Deed Restriction Mandating Membership in Community Recreation Facilities May Apply Even To Homes Outside the Subdivision Primarily Served by the Facilities.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That Whether the Legislature Complied with Proposition 204’s Directive to Provide Supplemental Funding to the AHCCCS From “Any Other Available Sources” Presents a Political Question Not Appropriate for Judicial Resolution.