Case Number: 21-8265

Arizona Court Rules Again That Cyber Ninjas’ ‘Audit’ Records Are Public Records

March 3, 2022
On Tuesday, an Arizona judge denied in its entirety Cyber Ninjas’ latest attempt to dismiss our lawsuit seeking the release of records from the state Senate’s partisan election review.

Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan Answers Questions in American Oversight, Phoenix Newspapers Lawsuit for ‘Audit’ Records

January 28, 2022
During Thursday’s questioning, Logan said he would not be turning over documents anytime soon, despite several court rulings having found them to be public records subject to release.

Arizona Appeals Court Rejects State Senate’s Broad Use of Legislative Privilege to Withhold ‘Audit’ Records

January 21, 2022
The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled on Friday that the Senate must immediately produce more than 1,000 documents related to the Maricopa County election “audit” that don’t fall under a narrowly defined framework of legislative privilege.

American Oversight v. Arizona Senate – Arizona Court of Appeals Ruling on Legislative Privilege

January 21, 2022
Ruling from the Arizona Court of Appeals denying relief in Arizona Senate's claims of blanket legislative privilege over records related to its election "audit" of Maricopa County.

Arizona Judge Orders Cyber Ninjas CEO to Sit for Deposition

January 18, 2022
The court warned that failure to appear at depositions scheduled for Jan. 27 could result in sanctions and potentially a civil arrest warrant. 

American Oversight Files Emergency Motion Seeking Depositions, Penalties from Cyber Ninjas and Doug Logan

January 10, 2022
American Oversight on Monday filed an emergency motion asking an Arizona court to compel “audit” contractor Cyber Ninjas and CEO Doug Logan to answer questions under oath regarding the failure to release public records from the inquiry.

American Oversight Issues Deposition Notice for Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan in Arizona ‘Audit’ Lawsuit

December 16, 2021
The deposition notice directs Logan to answer questions under oath about the company’s failure to release public records related to the Arizona Senate’s partisan election “audit.”

Complaint and Court Filings: American Oversight v. Arizona Senate – Maricopa County Audit Records

December 16, 2021
Lawsuit filed by American Oversight against the Arizona Senate seeking the release of records concerning the "audit" of the November 2020 presidential election results in Maricopa County, Ariz.

Documents Obtained by American Oversight Cited in Washington Post’s Detailed Investigation of Jan. 6 Attack

November 2, 2021
The Post’s in-depth, three-part look at the Jan. 6 Capitol riot is a highly detailed, minute-by-minute account of what was neither “a spontaneous act nor an isolated event.”

Judge Sets Dec. 2 Hearing on American Oversight’s Motion to Hold Arizona Senate in Contempt

November 2, 2021
Despite the court having ordered the release of documents related to the partisan election “audit,” the Senate continues to withhold records in the possession of lead contractor Cyber Ninjas, claiming they’re “not the Senate’s problem.”