State Bar of Arizona

LexisNexis and the Civil and Criminal Jury Instruction Committees of the Arizona State Bar team up to bring Arizona attorneys the latest AZ jury instructions with regular featured supplements. This information is sold in print and is also available online. In addition to the jury instructions, Lexis and the AZ Bar are pleased to announce that more Bar resources are now available online at lexis.com. Existing LexisNexis customers can link to lexis.com to access online content.

  • Revised Arizona Jury Instructions (Criminal) 3rd Edition

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    Revised Arizona Jury Instructions (Criminal) 3rd Edition

    LexisNexis and The Criminal Jury Instructions Committee of the State Bar of Arizona are pleased to present the Third Edition of the Revised Arizona Jury Instructions (Criminal).

    Whether you're drafting instructions at trial, or researching issues before litigation begins, choose the Arizona jury instructions authored by the State Bar of Arizona committees charged with keeping them current, correct and concise.

    Quickly access jury instructions for every felony offense in the Arizona Criminal Code Title 13 of the Arizona Revised Statutes, and every vehicular crime in Title 28-over 850 instructions.

    The Revised Third Edition is also available online on LexisAdvance®. So whatever your preferred media, you can access this valuable content.

    New in this Revised Edition:

    •  Adopting Judge's Benchbook as preliminary instructions
    •  Revisions to preliminary jury instructions specific to criminal cases
    •  Revisions to capital case jury instructions
    •  Revisions to Title 13 instructions
    •  Revisons to non-capital case aggravation phase jury instructions
    •  Revisions to Title 28 vehicular crime instructions
    •  Title 5 watercraft offenses instructions

    This publication also includes a comprehensive index and a companion CD-ROM which includes the full contents of the book as well as links to all cases referenced in the book.
    Preliminary Criminal Instructions Standard Criminal Instructions Statutory Criminal Instructions--Title 13
    Vehicular Crimes Instructions Watercraft Offenses Instructions Non-Criminal Statutory Instructions
      Titles 14, 25, 35, 38, 39, 41, 44 and 46
    Non-Capital Aggravating Circumstances
    Capital Case Instructions
    Correlation Table
    Table of Authorities
    Index
  • Revised Arizona Jury Instructions (Civil) 5th Edition

    Author : State Bar of Arizona, Civil Jury Instructions Committee

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    Revised Arizona Jury Instructions (Civil) 5th Edition
    LexisNexis and The Civil Jury Instructions Committee of the State Bar of Arizona are pleased to present the Fifth Edition of the Revised Arizona Jury Instructions (Civil).

    Whether you're drafting instructions at trial or researching issues before litigation begins, choose the Arizona jury instructions authored by the State Bar of Arizona committees charged with keeping them current, correct and concise.

    Major changes include:

    1. Updates to current instructions in the 4th edition;
    2. New instructions added to "Intentional Torts";
    3. New "Agency" instructions;
    4. New "Defamation" instructions;
    5. New "Residential Eviction Actions" instructions;
    6. Updates to cases cited on all instructions, where applicable.

    This edition also includes a comprehensive index and a companion CD-ROM which includes the full contents of the book as well as links to all cases referenced in the book.
    Table of Contents

    Civil Jury Instructions Committee 2013-2014 Roster

    Introduction to Fifth Edition

    Important Notice and Statement of Purpose and Approach

    Comparison Table -- RAJI (CIVIL) 5th and RAJI (CIVIL) 4th

    Jury Instruction Request Form

    Preliminary Instructions
    Standard Instructions
    Fault Instructions
    Negligence Instructions
    Medical Negligence Instructions
    Product Liability Instructions
    Bad Faith Instructions
    Premises Liability Instructions
    Personal Injury Damages Instructions
    Verdict Forms (Fault Cases)
    Contract Instructions
    Eminent Domain Instructions
    Employment Law Instructions
    Commercial Torts Instructions
    Intentional Torts Instructions
    Agency Instructions Defamation Instructions Residential Eviction Actions Instructions
  • The Arizona Bar and LexisNexis continue to work together to make valuable legal content easily accessible to you in your practice. The resources below are available on lexis.com, which brings you an online option that allows you to work in the media of your choice.

    Any questions regarding this recently added online content please contact a representative: Toll FREE 1.888.253.3901 or Send a Rep your question.

    Arizona Appellate Handbook (CLE;AZAAH)
    The Arizona Appellate Handbook provides concise, detailed explanations of how to conduct virtually any kind of Arizona appeal. It contains explanations of case law, interpretation of statutes, and clarification of court rules and procedures. Each volume provides step-by-step procedures, checklists, flow charts, and numerous sample forms.

    Arizona Attorneys’ Fees Manual (CLE;AZAAFM)
    Arizona Attorneys' Fees Manual provides essential information on specific areas of fee recovery, such as litigation with government agencies, sanctions and punitive fee awards, equitable doctrines, attorneys` fees as damages, and recovery of costs for non-lawyer services. In addition, there are comprehensive chapters covering family, probate and construction law.

    Arizona Civil Remedies (CLE;AZACR)
    Arizona Civil Remedies provides a practical approach to commercial and consumer law topics. You will find lots of "how-to" details on handling claims, reducing claims to judgment, and enforcing judgments once they are obtained

    Arizona Common Law Causes of Action (CLE;AZCLCA)
    Arizona Common Law Causes of Action compiles the elements, required proof, available defenses and possible damages for recognized common law causes of action in Arizona. The publication includes cites to available jury instructions, an appendix with recognized affirmative defenses in Arizona, and a chart describing Arizona's statutes of limitation.

    Arizona Construction Law (CLE;AZACL)
    Arizona Construction Law features the latest decisions affecting construction law in Arizona and is perfect for attorneys with clients such as contractors and subcontractors, architects and engineers, developers, and lenders.

    Arizona Construction Law Practice Manual (CLE;AZCLPM)
    Arizona Construction Law Practice Manual addresses the legal structure and applicable law of Arizona real estate developments that fit the definition of "condominium" or "planned community," generically referred to throughout this book as "community associations."

    Arizona DUI Trial Notebook (CLE;AZDTN)
    Arizona DUI Trial Notebook provides a practical resource for the practicing DUI attorney.

    Arizona Employment Law Handbook (CLE;AZELH)
    Arizona Employment Law Handbook, Second Edition is an authoritative, comprehensive guide to the law governing private sector and public sector employment in Arizona. Arizona Employment Law analyses cases, statues, and regulations.

    Arizona Land Use Law (CLE;AZLUL)
    Arizona Land Use Law covers such topics as zoning issues, encroaching development, and the character of communities. Arizona's body of land use statutes, rules, and case law continues to grow.

    Arizona Legal Ethics Handbook (CLE;AZLEH)
    Arizona Legal Ethics Handbook is a comprehensive treatment of the "law of lawyering," as it has been developed and articulated by the Arizona courts and disciplinary authorities. Its organization and structure are tied to that of the Arizona Rules of Professional Conduct, with a separate chapter devoted to each individual Rule.

    Arizona Liability Insurance Law (CLE;AZLIL)
    Arizona Liability Insurance Law covers the full spectrum of liability insurance issues, including automobile, uninsured and underinsured motorist, homeowner's, and commercial general liability insurance.

    Arizona Motor Vehicle Accident Deskbook (CLE;AZMVAD)
    Arizona Motor Vehicle Accident Deskbook gives the general practitioner a quick reference guide to a number of areas likely to be encountered in the preparation of a motor vehicle accident case.

    Arizona Tort Law Handbook (CLE;AZTLH)
    Arizona Tort Law Handbook provides a central source of Arizona Tort Law from a practical perspective. It is a relevant practical tool to assist attorneys in better representing their clients' needs by providing an easily navigable authoritative statement regarding commonly encountered tort questions arising from a variety of tort causes of action.

    Community Association Law in Arizona (CLE;AZCAL)
    Community Association Law in Arizona provides a resource to answer many of the questions and concerns an attorney or their client may face in forming a community association, representing an existing association, or representing a client with interests adverse to a community association.

    Eminent Domain in Arizona (CLE;EDIAZ)
    Eminent Domain in Arizona gives a clear and concise explanation of eminent domain concepts, interpretations of Arizona constitutional law and statutes, and extensive case law citations with explanatory comments.

    Ins and Outs of Foreclosure (CLE;AZIOF)
    Ins And Out of Foreclosure is the first, and perhaps only, reference to consult when handling foreclosure matters in Arizona. It provides step-by-step instructions, lucid explanations, practice tips and ethics guidance.

    Time Limitations Applicable to Civil Actions and Procedures in the Arizona Superior Courts (CLE;AZCVAP)
    Time Limitations Applicable to Civil Actions and Procedures in the Arizona Superior Court is a compilation of all time limits that apply to civil actions and procedures in the Arizona Superior Courts. Attorneys, paralegals, legal secretaries and law students can use the book to locate quickly and easily the applicable time limits for filing or responding to a civil motion or any other civil procedure, including statutes of limitation and actual calculation of those time limits. This book is a must-have for any attorney or law firm that practices in civil litigation in the Arizona courts.

    Time Limitations Applicable to Civil Appeals and Special Actions to the Arizona Court of Appeals and Supreme Court (CLE;AZCVAA)
    This quick reference deskbook is a compilation dealing with time limits under Arizona law in civil appeals and special actions to the Court of Appeals and Supreme Court. Includes most recent rules changes in appellate practice and selected case annotations.

    Time Limitations Applicable to Criminal Actions and Procedures in the Arizona Courts (CLE;AZCAPA)
    Time Limitations Applicable to Criminal Actions and Procedures in the Arizona Superior Court is a compilation of all time limits that apply to criminal actions and procedures in the Arizona courts. Attorneys, paralegals, legal secretaries and law students can use the book to locate quickly and easily the applicable time limits for filing or responding to a criminal motion or any other criminal procedure, including statutes of limitation and actual calculation of those time limits. This book is a must-have for any attorney or law firm that practices in criminal law in the Arizona courts.
  • LexisNexis Arizona Annotated Court Rules

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    LexisNexis Arizona Annotated Court Rules
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    The Arizona Annotated Court Rules is a three-volume set which includes the most-used local, state, and federal rules. The volumes are designed for convenient use, with volumes one and two containing state rules and local rules, and volume three containing the federal rules which are most relevant to practice in Arizona, including the local rules for the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The two volumes containing the state and local rules are published in the fall, in order to bring the annual rules changes from the Arizona Supreme Court to our customers in as timely a manner as possible. The volume containing the federal rules is published early in the new year, so that the annual changes to those rules, traditionally effective at the end of the year, can be included.

    Volume 1 - State Rules
    Rules of Civil Procedure
    Justice Court Rules of Civil Procedure
    Rules of Criminal Procedure
    Rules of Evidence
    Rules of Procedure in Traffic Cases and Boating Cases
    Rules of Procedure in Civil Traffic and Civil Boating Violation Cases
    Rules of Procedure for the Juvenile Court
    Rules of Procedure for Eviction Actions
    Index

    Volume 2 - State Rules
    Local Rules of Practice for the Superior Courts
        Apache County
        Cochise County
        Coconino County
        Gila County
        Graham County
        Greenlee County
        La Paz County
        Maricopa County
        Mohave County
        Navajo County
        Pima County
        Pinal County
        Santa Cruz County
        Yavapai County
    Rules of Family Law Procedure
    Rules of Protective Order Procedure
    Local Rules of Procedure for the Pima County Juvenile Court [Abrogated.]
    Local Rules for Pima County Justice of the Peace Courts Providing for Pretrial Conferences in Criminal Cases
    Local Rules of Practice and Procedure – City Court – City of Phoenix
    Local Rules of Practice and Procedure – City Court – City of Tucson
    Rules of the Supreme Court
    Rules of Professional Conduct
    Code of Judicial Conduct
    Rules of Procedure for Judicial Performance Review
    Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure
    Rules of Procedure for Special Actions
    Superior Court Rules of Appellate Procedure – Civil
    Superior Court Rules of Appellate Procedure – Criminal
    Uniform Rules of Practice of the Superior Court [Abrogated.]
    Rules of Procedure for Judicial Review of Administrative Decisions
    Rules of the Commission on Judicial Conduct
    Uniform Rules of Procedure for Commissions on Appellate and Trial Court Appointments
    Uniform Rules of Procedure for Arbitration [Abrogated.]
    Uniform Rules of Practice for Medical Malpractice Cases [Abrogated.]
    Rules of Procedure for the Foster Care Review Boards
    Supplemental Rules of the State Foster Care Review Board
    Rules of Procedure for Direct Appeals from Decisions of the Corporation Commission to the Arizona Court of Appeals
    Arizona Tax Court Rules of Practice
    Arizona Rules of Probate Procedure
    Rules of Procedure for the Recognition of Tribal Court Civil Judgments
    Rules of Procedure for Direct Appeals from Decisions of the Governing Bodies of Public Power Entities
    Index

    Volume 3 - Federal Rules
    Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure and Circuit Rules for the Ninth Circuit
    Ninth Circuit General Orders
    Rules for the Judicial Conduct and Judicial Disability Proceedings
    Rules of United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the Ninth Circuit
    Rules of Practice of the United States District Court for the District of Arizona (Includes Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
        Local Rules of Civil Procedure
        Local Rules of Criminal Procedure
    Rules of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona
    Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure
    Federal Rules of Evidence
    Index

  • Arizona Advance Code Service

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    Arizona Advance Code Service
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    The Arizona Advance Code Service, is a series of pamphlets published three times a year which contain annotations from Arizona Federal and State cases read by the publisher's staff throughout the year, along with other materials of use to our subscribers.

  • The Law of Negligence in Arizona

    Author : Jefferson L. Lankford, Douglas A. Blaze

    Publisher : Matthew Bender

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    The Law of Negligence in Arizona
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    The Law of Negligence in Arizona, Third Edition is the established authoritative resource on Arizona's comparative negligence statutes. This essential reference is the place to turn for comprehensive analysis and practical guidance on modern negligence law in Arizona.

    The Law of Negligence in Arizona,Third Edition cuts your search for concise, up-to-date information from hours to minutes. Using this indispensable research tool, you'll find the answer to virtually any question raised by Arizona's negligence laws, including exhaustive analysis of such issues as:

    •  Comparative fault doctrine

    •  Motor vehicle accidents

    •  Cases involving animals

    •  Premises liability

    •  Wrongful death

    •  Slip and fall

    •  Dram shop liability

    •  Proof of damages

    The authors have included the current Recommended Arizona Jury Instructions, (Civil, and Tables of Statutes, Cases, and Rules), to speed research and insure accuracy. Cumulative annual supplements keep the contents current.


    The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

    Chapter 1 Fundamentals of Negligence
    Chapter 2 Duty
    Chapter 3 Standard of Care
    Chapter 4 Causation
    Chapter 5 Damages
    Chapter 6 Comparative Fault
    Chapter 7 Other Defenses
    Chapter 8 Shared Liability
    Chapter 9 Highway Design and Maintenance
    Chapter 10 Motor Vehicle Accidents
    Chapter 11 Premises Liability
    Chapter 12 Professional Negligence
    Chapter 13 Wrongful Death and Survival of Actions
    Chapter 14 Other Negligence Actions
    Chapter 15 Contribution and Indemnity
    Chapter 16 Litigating Negligence Cases
    Douglas A. Blaze is Professor of Law and director of the IOLTA Clinical Program at the University of Tennessee College of Law and former Professor of Law and director of the IOLTA Clinical Program at Arizona State University College of Law. Previously, he practiced with the law firm of Fennemore Craig in Phoenix. Professor Blaze, who received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, has served on numerous state and county bar committees and helped establish the American Inn of Court LVIII.
    Jefferson L. Lankford is a Judge of the Arizona Court of Appeals. Prior to his 1989 appointment to the bench, he practiced with the Phoenix law firm of Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, where he was chairman of the appellate practice group. As a lawyer and judge, has authored publications on a variety of legal topics, including trial and appellate practice, insurance, and constitutional law, and has been a regular lecturer for legal education programs. From 1990-1997, Judge Lankford was Co-Chair of the Arizona Appellate Handbook Committee. He is the former Chairman of the Editorial Board of the Arizona Attorney, the magazine of the State Bar of Arizona, and he currently chairs the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee. Judge Lankford received his J.D. from the University of Virginia.

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    The State Bar of Arizona is a non-profit organization that regulates approximately 13,000 active attorneys in Arizona and provides education and development programs for the legal profession and the public. As a primary provider of CLE for Arizona attorneys, the State Bar CLE Department offers extensive opportunities for high quality seminars and publications. The Bar offers live and online seminars, live webcasts, and telephone seminars, as well as self-study CLE products by audio and video.

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