Campaign Violation?: Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne faces a civil enforcement action accusing him of violating state campaign finance laws, the Arizona Republic reported. The Maricopa County attorney says Horne actively directed fundraising by an independent expenditure committee and communicated strategy with that committee, both illegal, during the final weeks of 2010 campaign for attorney general.
District Judge Dies: Federal Judge Mark Kravitz of the District of Connecticut died Monday after a year-long battle with Lou Gehrig's disease, which had required him to cut back his courthouse duties for the past year, the Connecticut Post reported. Kravitz was 62.
No Probable Cause: Federal District Judge Richard Sullivan ruled Monday that hundreds of protesters were arrested without probable cause during the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York, CBS News reported. The city is facing dozens of lawsuits from the 1,800 arrests of protestors, the most ever during a political convention.
Judge Targeted: Federal District Judge John McBryde was the target of an inmate's assassination attempt, NBC's Dallas-Fort Worth affiliate KXAS reported. The criminal complaint states a tax protester incarcerated in Fort Worth offered to pay $100,000 to a hit man, who turned out to be an undercover FBI agent.
Time Travel: A Vancouver, Wash., attorney says he has traveled through time dozens of times. Television station KOMO 4 has the details in this report.