Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich



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Welcome to AZ Attorney General Media page. Below find recent press releases and other multimedia.

Recent Press Releases

  • Phoenix, AZ – Attorney General Mark Brnovich today is warning Arizonans of an alarming new phone scam in which con artists pose as representatives of the Attorney General’s Office to steal money from consumers. The scammers appear to be targeting consumer fraud victims who have lost money in past telemarketing scams. The con artists falsely claim they can help victims get their money back. Victims are conned into paying hundreds of dollars and receive nothing in return.
  • PHOENIX – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich will be presenting oral arguments before the United States Supreme Court in the Harris v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission (AIRC) on December 8, 2015, after the high court approved a motion to participate earlier today.
  • Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich today announced the sentencing of an admitted child pornographer. 35 year old Thomas Robert Kernohan will spend 14 years in prison for Sexual Exploitation of a Minor after receiving and distributing child pornography. Upon his release from prison, Kernohan will be placed on lifetime probation and will be required to register as a sex offender.
  • Phoenix, AZ –Special Agents with the Arizona Attorney General’s Office are currently serving 6 search warrants in Casa Grande, Tucson, Pinal County, and Pima County. The warrants are being served in connection with a $2.8 million dollar money laundering, drug trafficking, and fraud of state benefits case. The AZ DES Office of the Inspector General, the Pinal County Sheriff’s Department, and the Pima County Sheriff’s Department is assisting in the investigation and execution of today’s search warrants.
  • Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a jury convicted Laura Marie Leinaar and Eric Alan Stelljes in connection with a criminal gambling enterprise which operated in Arizona. The jury verdict is the first in Arizona against a so-called “Internet sweepstakes cafe” a form of illegal gambling that has previously been the subject of criminal and civil enforcement actions in other states, including Florida, Mississippi, California, Ohio, and Texas.