Frequently Asked Questions


What is the AZW4J?

The AZW4J works in the courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to all people in this country by the Constitution and laws of the Arizona inhabitants.

How do I join the AZW4J?

The need has never been greater for freedom-loving people to join AZW4J. You can here, or by sending a check to Contributions to this organization can be made through a check made out to Arizona Women for Justice and mailed to P.O. Box 40475, Phoenix, AZ 85067. Take a stand against the growing threats to our most cherished Constitutional liberties.

I'm already an AZW4J member. How can I contribute now?

The AZW4J accepts donations online, or by through a check made out to Arizona Women for Justice and mailed to P.O. Box 40475, Phoenix, AZ 85067. You can also join the AZW4J Volunteers to hear about pressing issues. Follow us on social media and help spread the word about fundraisers and important causes.

I care about the issues. What can I do?

The AZW4J has a number of current action alerts that help you take action on a range of important issues.  Through donations and volunteering, your help makes a significant difference.

I feel my rights were violated. Who can help?

Contact the AZW4J about your experience.

Who works at the AZW4J?

Arizona Women For Justice is made up of local women lawyers and volunteers.

 I do not want the AZW4J to share my name and mailing address with other charities. What do I need to do to guarantee that?

The AZW4J will never knowingly share information with any other outside entity, with the exception of sharing mailing address for receipt of products or welcoming information to new members.

What is your refund policy?

Like most charitable organizations, the AZW4J does not issue refunds. However, we recognize there may be occasions where a donation was made in error and we are happy to work with you to correct it. We will honor your request for a refund for donations made in error within 15 days of your donation date. Please note refunds are returned using the original method of payment.

What is your Web site's privacy policy?

The AZW4J is a fierce protector of individual privacy. Read the AZW4J's detailed privacy policy.

Is the AZW4J website secure and do you use "cookies"?

The personal data we collect about you is stored on a secure, password-protected server. We use industry-standard encryption technologies with respect to the receipt and transfer of personal data you submit on our site and only authorized personnel have access to your information. Nevertheless, despite our best efforts, no transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. The does not use any cookies that are permanently written to your computer's hard drive or retained by the AZW4J or our vendors. The does set "session-specific cookies" to help run its interactive online applications, such as the shopping cart online store. Read more in our privacy policy.

What is a plug-in and what plug-ins are required to view the Web site?

A "plug-in" is an additional piece of software used by a Web browser to display information, often in the form of audio, video and large-document files like court dockets. uses primarily the free-to-download software Flash Player and Adobe Acrobat Reader.

How do I find a topic I'm looking for?

Use the search bar feature. To search for exact phrases, use quotation marks, use AND to restrict searches, use OR to expand searches, and, to create search exceptions, use NOT.

How do I make my homepage using Firefox?

Go to "Tools" on the standard toolbar at the top of your screen. Select "Options..." from the bottom of the pull-down menu. Click on the "Main" tab. Then click in the box next to "Home Page" and type Click OK.

How do I make my homepage using Internet Explorer?

Click "Tools" on the standard toolbar at the top of your screen. Select "Internet Options" in the pull-down menu. A window with tabs will appear. Click the tab marked "General." Here there will be three sections in the window, with the top one labeled "Home Page." In the box marked "address," type and click OK.

AZW4J Issues

Violation of Rights

I was detained at the airport. What can I do?

Report your experience if you were a victim of a "no-fly" list. If you were a victim of racial profiling, please notify us.

I believe my rights were violated at the airport. What can I do?

Read about pat-down search abuse, and  report your experience to the ACLU.