June 17, 2004 - CV 02-0208/0780 - Schalkenbach v. Lincoln
Do potential beneficiaries have either common-law standing or standing
under the probate code to enforce a charitable trust when the trust
is not limited to a small class of beneficiaries, they are not named
in the trust, and have no property interest in the trust, but are
only potential beneficiaries dependent on the decisions of the Foundation
which administers the trust? Read opinion.
June 4, 2004 - 2 CA-SA 2004-0017 - Darren Clay Medders v. State
Does a criminal defendant who appears at a contested hearing before
a judge who hears that matter only but is not assigned to the case
waive the right to a peremptory change of judge, pursuant to Rule
10.2, Ariz. R. Crim. P., 16A A.R.S., when the case is later reassigned
to that judge for trial? Read opinion.
June 25, 2004 - No. 02-35727 - Wong v. INS
In an immigration case, plaintiff's claims that the INS interfered
with her First Amendment right to practice religion by denying her
vegetarian meals, subjecting her to strip searches, and denying her
access to her followers was rejected. Read opinion.
June 25, 2004 - No. 02-17423 - Hangarter v. Paul Revere
District court erred in determining an occupationally disabled plaintiff
had Article III standing to pursue injunctive relief under the Unfair
Competition Act, because she did not meet the injury requirement.
Court affirmed plaintiff's damages award against her insurance carrier.