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The Arizona Supreme Court accepted
review or jurisdiction of the following
issues on Jan. 6, 2009*:
State v. Hardesty, CR 08-0244-PR; 1
CA-CR 06-0966 (Opinion) 2008 WL
The Court of Appeals erred by not
remanding this case for an evidentiary hearing and by taking judicial
notice of facts which are in dispute.
[In this prosecution for possession of
marijuana case] important issues of
law [relating to the Free Exercise of
Religion Act and the Arizona statute]
have been incorrectly decided.
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State v. John Herbert Shrum, CR 08-
0312-PR; 1 CA-CR 08-0628 PRPC
Shrum dismissed his first Rule 32
proceeding because he did not wish
to contest the judgment of guilt or
sentence imposed. When he filed a
successive petition claiming he
received an unlawful sentence, did
the trial court err in finding the claim
had not been waived?
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Ivo Queiroz v. Daniel Harvey, CV 08-
0308-PR; 1 CA-CV 07-0309 (Opinion)
2008 WL 2058233
1. Whether a court can consider an
agent’s inequitable conduct in deciding whether the agent’s principal
should be entitled to specific performance.
2. Whether a party to a real estate contract procured by his agent’s misrepresentations and/or “sharp practices” is
entitled to seek specific performance,
whether or not the principal knew of
the agent’s conduct.
3. Whether a principal who signs a contract knowing or having reason to
know that it contains a misleading or
false representation of material facts is
entitled to seek specific performance.
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