Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich



SB1487 Investigations

Legislator Requests for Investigation

Below is a list of Pending Legislator Requests for Investigation under A.R.S. §41-194.01 that have been submitted to the Attorney General's Office. Once a complete request is deemed received by the Office, there is a thirty-day period for the Office to complete its investigation and for the Attorney General to issue a report concluding whether the action that is the subject of the request violates, may violate, or does not violate state law. 

  1. Submissions should be made through the Legislator Request Form and addressed to CLD Investigations using (preferred) or mailed to:

Arizona Attorney General's Office
Attn: Civil Litigation Division / A.R.S. §41-194.01
1275 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007

   2. The Office welcomes written public comment regarding any of the below open investigations.                Alternatively, a person may contact the Civil Litigation Division by phone at (602) 542-3725. 

  1. Written comments should be as succinct as possible. The Office reserves the right not to review submissions.
  2. All written submissions on pending requests will be considered public records and retained consistent with the Office's general public records retention policies and practices. 

Open SB1487 Investigations:

Request No.  Question Presented Requesting Legislator(s)






Resolved SB1487 Investigations:

Request No.  Question Presented Requesting Legislator(s)

Whether the City of Tucson is destroying confiscated and/or forfeited firearms in violation of Arizona law?

Attachment 1

Attachment 2

AZAG signed report RE: Request No. 16-002

Special Action to Repeal Tucson Gun Ordinance


Rep. Mark Finchem


Has the Town of Snowflake violated provisions of state law with respect to the Approval of Facilities Agreement with, and special use permit to, Copperstate Farms LLC by the Snowflake Town Council on June 28, 2016?

AZAG signed report RE: request No. 16-001


Rep. Paul Boyer