Both state and federal statutes are published in books called codes, usually having the statutes compiled by title or subject matter.
There are two types of statutes you will cite:
Additionally, when citing a statute it is very important to make sure you are citing the most current information. This is found in the form of a pocket part. Cite the statue using the prescribed elements (discussed on both the Federal and State Statute pages of this guide), but modify the date to show you are citing a supplement section.
B5 (p. 15): Sources & Authorities for statutes, rules, and regulations.
Rule 12 (p. 111): Rules for citing statutes.
Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 13-1105 (2010).