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Agendas

Notice: Agendas are listed below until publishing of the Court's minutes


Tuesday, August 23, 2022 - Rules

Tuesday, August 23, 2022 - Petitions for Review

Tuesday, August 23, 2022 - Motions


Granted Cases (Pending Decisions by the Court)

Notice: Cases are listed until the issuance of the Clerk's mandate.

Case Title Case No. Additional Information
     
AZ Free Enterprise Club et al v Katie Hobbs et al CV-21-0304-AP/EL Oral Argument to be held on 4/19/2022

Case Summary
Lavelle Bridges v Nationstar Mortgage LLC CV-21-0024-PR Oral Argument held on 11/23/2021

Case Summary

Petition for Review granted as to these rephrased issues on 8/24/2021: 1. Did recording a notice of trustee sale accelerate the debt here as a matter of law? 2. Was the limitations period here tolled?

Opinion issued on issued from the Court of Appeals, Division One, Case No. 1 CA-CV 19-0556
 
Robert Burns v Arizona Public Service Co et al CV-21-0080-PR Oral Argument held on 3/8/2022

Case Summary

Petition for Review granted as to Issues #1 and #2 only on 12/7/2021

Opinion from the Court of Appeals, Division One, Case No. 1 CA-CV 19-0183
     
Matthew Cavallo et al v Phoenix Health Plans Inc CV-21-0051-PR Oral Argument not yet scheduled

Case Summary not yet available

Petition for Review granted as to this issue as rephrased on 3/1/2022: “Were the jury instructions on contract waiver and mitigation of damages proper in this bad faith tort case?”

Opinion issued by the Court of Appeals, Division One, Case No.  1 CA-CV-20-0167
Graeme Hancock v Hon. O’Neil/State Bar of Arizona CV-21-0145-SA Oral Argument held on 4/12/2022

Case Summary

Petition for Special Action accepted over this rephrased issue on 1/4/2022: Whether and to what extent issue preclusion applies in bar disciplinary proceedings.
Harris/Heartmedia v Hon. Randall Warner/McCarthy CV-21-0242-PR Oral Argument to be held on 4/14/2022

Case Summary

Petition for Review granted on 1/4/2022
     
     
   



 

   
 
Timothy Matthews v ICA/City of Tucson/Tristar CV-21-0192-PR Oral Argument to be held on 4/19/2022

Case Summary

Petition for Review granted as to this issue as rephrased on 2/8/2022:  Is A.R.S. § 23-1043.01(B) unconstitutional as applied to claimants who work in high-stress occupations such as law enforcement?

Opinion from the Court of Appeals, Division Two, Case No. 2 CA-IC 20-0001
     
Gred Mills et al v ABTR et al CV-21-0203-PR Oral Argument not yet scheduled

Case Summary not yet available

Petition for Review granted on 3/1/2022

Memorandum Decision issued by the Court of Appeals, Division One, Case No.  1 CA-CV-20-0510
     
     
     
     
Hani W Saba v Sawsan Khoury CV-21-0023-PR Oral Argument held on 10/7/2021

Case Summary

Petition for Review granted as to Issue 1 only on 8/24/2021

Opinion issued on issued from the Court of Appeals, Division One, Case No. 1 CA-CV 19-0609 FC
     

Southern Arizona Home Builders v Town of Marana

CV-21-0211-PR

Oral Argument not yet scheduled

 

Case Summary not yet available

 

Petition for Review granted on 4/5/2022

 

Opinion from the Court of Appeals, Division Two, Case No. 2 CA-CV 20-0087

Staker & Parson Companies v Scottsdale Insurance Co CV-21-0256-CQ Oral Argument to be held on 4/14/2022

Case Summary

Certified Question accepted on 1/4/2022
   

 

State v Hons. Brearcliffe/Vasquez et al CV-21-0174-SA Oral Argument held on 2/10/2022

Case Summary not yet available

Jurisdiction accepted on 11/2/2021
     
     
   

 

     
State v Scott Lee Deshaw CR-21-0400-PR

Oral Argument not yet scheduled

 

Case Summary not yet available

 

Petition for Review granted as to Issue one only on 4/5/2022

State v Jordan Christopher Ewer CR-21-0059-PR Oral Argument held on 1/25/2022

Case Summary

Petition for Review granted as to this rephrased issue on 11/2/2021: Whether a jury instruction on the justification defense of self-defense may incorporate the use of force by both the defendant and the victim as suggested by the language of A.R.S. sec. 13-404(A) or refer only to the defendant as set forth in RAJI Ch. 4.

Opinion from the Court of Appeals, Division Two, Case No. 2 CA-CR 19-0162
State v Sergio Fierro Jr CR-20-0435-PR Oral Argument held on 11/16/2021

Case Summary

Petition for Review granted as to these rephrased issues on 8/24/2021: 1. How should trial courts instruct juries on attempted second-degree murder? 2. Did the trial court’s fundamental error in instructing the jury on attempted second-degree murder prejudice the defendant?

Memorandum Decision issued from the Court of Appeals, Division Two, Case No. 2 CA-CR 19-0161
State v Beau John Greene CR-21-0082-PC Oral Argument held on 3/8/2022

Case Summary

Petition for Review granted on 1/4/2022
     
State v Nicolas Luviano CR-21-0329-PR Oral Argument not yet scheduled

Case Summary not yet available

Petition for Review granted as to this issue as rephrased on 3/1/2022: “What standard governs whether a statute describes a single unified offense or separate offenses, and how does that apply in this case?”

Opinion issued by the Court of Appeals, Division 2, Case No. 2 CA-CR 19-0102
     
State v Bobby Charles Purcell CR-21-0398-PR

Oral Argument not yet scheduled

 

Case Summary not yet available

 

Petition for Review granted as to Issue one only on 4/5/2022

     
State v Preston Alton Strong CR-17-0201-AP Oral Argument held on 5/5/2020

Case Summary

 

   
Swift Transportation Co of AZ v Hon. Carman et al CV-20-0119-PR Oral Argument held on 11/19/2020

Case Summary

Petition for Review granted on 8/25/2020
TFLTC LLC v Beth Ford CV-21-0133-PR
Case Summary

Petition for Review granted as to this issue as rephrased:  Does the holding of Leveraged Land Co. v. Hodges, 226 Ariz. 382 (2011) strictly limit recovery of a plaintiff’s attorney fees and costs in a tax lien foreclosure action under A.R.S. § 42-18201 to only those incurred before the date of redemption, or can a plaintiff recover reasonable attorney fees and costs that were incurred after redemption when those fees were incurred as part of the legal action to which A.R.S. § 42-18206 refers?

Memorandum Decision from the Court of Appeals, Division Two, Case Nos. 2 CA-CV-2020-0122 et al
     
Gerald Walker et al v Auto-Owners Insurance Comp CV-21-0236-CQ Oral Argument held on 4/12/2022

Case Summary

Certified Question accepted on 1/4/2022
Aranzi Rae Jon Willis v Hon. Bernini/State CR-21-0258-PR Oral Argument to be held on 2/10/2022

Case Summary not yet available

Petition for Review granted as to these rephrased issues on 11/2/2021: 1. Is “clearly exculpatory evidence” defined by the standard set forth in Herrell v. Sargeant, 189 Ariz. 627 (1997) or Trebus v. Davis, 189 Ariz. 621, 623 (1997)? 2. Did the trial court commit error by denying defendant’s motion for remand to the grand jury?
Antoinette Windhurst v ADOC et al CV-21-0288-PR

Oral Argument not yet scheduled

 

Case Summary not yet available

 

Petition for Review granted on 4/5/2022

 

Opinion from the Court of Appeals, Division Two, Case No. 2 CA-CV 20-0162

Tina Zambrano v M & RC II LLC et al CV-21-0205-PR Oral Argument not yet scheduled

Case Summary not yet available

Petition for Review granted on 3/1/2022

Opinion issued by the Court of Appeals, Division One, Case No.  1 CA-CV-19-0635