A Tucson justice of the peace will be allowed to serve out his term, but Adam Watters "will not be permitted to serve as a judicial officer in any capacity" after the end of the year. Watters agreed to that restriction to end a disciplinary case against him over a 2021 incident in which he fired a pistol near the feet of a man who was later convicted of stalking him. Read more»
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Green Valley real estate agent Michael Scaramella was sentenced to 30 days of home detention for continuing to menace Justice of the Peace Ray Carroll, despite a court order to stay away from the former county supervisor. Read more»
A Tucson justice of the peace fired a pistol into the ground at the feet of a man suspected of vandalizing his property and slashing his truck tires, with the judge suspended from his courtroom following the confrontation. Read more»