Arizona Republic

American daily newspaper published in Phoenix. Circulated throughout Arizona, it is the state's largest newspaper.
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Primary geographic focus: Arizona
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Study: Juvenile justice in Arizona suffers from uneven legal representation, high fees

Mary Jo Pitzl
Arizona Republic
September 25, 2018
Although legal representation is supposed to be free for indigent families, "nothing in juvenile court is free — not the attorney, probation, shelter care, detention, treatment or other ordered services," according to the report.

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Arizona considering program offering legal, financial help to tenants about to lose homes

Alden Woods
Arizona Republic
September 13, 2018
If fully implemented, the Eviction Prevention Project would try to stop cases already barreling through the courts by paying missed rents and pointing people to free legal services.

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Facing unexplained eviction, 83-year-old wages rare fight with landlord

Rebekah L. Sanders
Arizona Republic
December 13, 2017
The vast majority of tenants don't seek out an attorney and miss the hearing required before a landlord can evict, Bridge said, and the few who represent themselves typically don't know what to tell the judge.

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