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Q: Is there a conflict when a prosecutor is dating a public defender?

A: Yes but: 1) it probably is waivable; and 2) might not conflict out all of the lawyers in each office, depending upon the facts of each case. For analysis, see Ariz. Op. 01-10.
See also Ariz. Op. 01-12 regarding public defender dating police officer.



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Arizona Court of Appeals
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October 17, 2002 - CR 01-00827 - State v. Dean
If police officers attempt to stop and arrest the driver of a vehicle and the driver returns to his driveway and enters the house, can the police search the vehicle incident to the arrest of the driver if he is arrested in the house two and a half hours later? Read opinion...

October 24, 2002 - 2CA-SA 2002-0046 - Qwest Corp. v. Mark McMahon
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October 23, 2002 - No. 00-99005 - Fields v. Woodford
Because a juror, whose wife was assaulted and robbed, may have been biased against defendant who was being prosecuted for multiple counts of rape, robbery and murder, an evidentiary hearing on juror bias is necessary.
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October 24, 2002 - No. 01-55930 - Brown v. Li
A university's decision not to assign a passing grade to a thesis meeting all professional and academic standards, but including a non-conforming "acknowledgements" section, did not violate the First Amendment.
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