Week 127


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Another Jam-Packed Week

#WeekInJustice: Week 127

It’s been another jam-packed week here at The People’s Office. 

* We watched the homicide rate, and the County hit a 37.8% decrease at the start of the week. (Week 23 as compared to the last three years.) As of today, with 5 additional homicides in the last 5 days, it’s now 28.2%. This leads into the fact that the summer will test us, but we will continue to work hard with our successful law enforcement partners

* Josh Moser, our Bureau Chief for Community Protection, shared with us that his team alone tried four separate felony jury trials this week protecting homeowners, neighborhoods, and businesses.  

* We are six months into our conversion process, of going from our old paper files to become a more modern and efficient agency by joining a new electronic case management system.  I understand that it can be frustrating at times and requires a lot of patience. There are some days when we want to pull our hair out, but the rest of our prosecutor agencies in the State say we should hang in there and keep pushing. While it’s been quite the process, we’ll be happy to join them in the modern age. 

* And last, we joined a national broadcast online as guests to discuss the one-year mark of the fall of Roe v. Wade and what that meant for Arizona, Florida, Idaho, and Alaska. Arizona is always making headlines, but I can report that as we prepare for the Arizona Supreme Court, reproductive healthcare and medicine remain lawful in the State.

To be continued,


Laura Conover

Laura Conover

Pima County Attorney