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Historically Significant Cases
Designating a case as historically significant.

Certain cases filed in Arizona courts may be identified as historically significant because of the unique legal issue or controversy involved, the prominence of one or more of the parties to the action, or because of other high-profile or newsworthy reasons.

According to the Arizona Code of Judicial Administration § 3-402 and § 4-302, a motion to request that a case be designated historically significant must be filed either by a member of the public or on the court's own motion. The motion must identify one or more reasons the case should be designated historically significant.


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Historically Significant Cases
Form Title Form No.
Motion to Designate Case as Historically Significant AOCGNGF3F