Miranda v. Arizona is likely the first thing to come to mind when thinking of Arizona and the U.S. Supreme Court. While Miranda isn't likely to be surpassed anytime soon, the state is the source of three major high court cases this term. The three cases include challenges to Arizona's immigration requirements for employers, a state school choice program and the state's clean elections law. An expert sees that Arizona "is taking the concept of states being the laboratories of democracy very seriously on multiple fronts."
Why Is Ariz. Such a Hotbed of High Court Action?
The National Law Journal
August 20, 2010