PBS Anywhere

Providing Support for PBS.org

Arizona Horizon

Exculpatory Evidence & Arizona Stand Your Ground Law

Video has closed captioning.

The Arizona Supreme Court issued new rules last week that require attorneys to reveal evidence that could prove the innocence of a criminal defendant. A forum will be held Saturday, November 23 at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law on Arizona’s Stand Your Ground Law. State Representatives John Kavanagh and Martin Quezada discuss the future of AZ’s Stand Your Ground Law.

Episodes of Arizona Horizon1065

Video thumbnail: Arizona Horizon 04/26/17 Capitol Update & Science Matters with Lawrence Krau

Arizona Horizon

04/26/17 Capitol Update & Science Matters with Lawrence Krau

04/26/17 Capitol Update & Science Matters with Lawrence Krauss

27:00

04/26/17 Capitol Update & Science Matters with Lawrence Krau

27:00

Video thumbnail: Arizona Horizon 04/25/17 Community Health Design and Public Health,  ASU Ind

Arizona Horizon

04/25/17 Community Health Design and Public Health, ASU Ind

Community Health Design and Public Health, ASU Industrial Assessment & Carver Museum

27:00

04/25/17 Community Health Design and Public Health, ASU Ind

27:00

Video thumbnail: Arizona Horizon DACA, Endangered Vaquita, Four Peaks Brewing Co. Anniversary

Arizona Horizon

DACA, Endangered Vaquita, Four Peaks Brewing Co. Anniversary

DACA Recipient Deported, Endangered Vaquita Rescue Effort, Four Peaks Brewing Co.

27:00

DACA, Endangered Vaquita, Four Peaks Brewing Co. Anniversary

27:00

Video thumbnail: Arizona Horizon Journalists’ Roundtable 4/21/17

Arizona Horizon

Journalists’ Roundtable 4/21/17

Journalists’ Roundtable 4/21/17

29:00

Journalists’ Roundtable 4/21/17

29:00

See all Episodes