Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich



Media & Resources

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

Recent Press Releases

  • Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich appeared on 60 Minutes last night to discuss the execution of convicted murderer Joseph Woods. Woods was sentenced to death for killing his ex-girlfriend and her father in 1989. As Attorney General Brnovich said in the story, Woods was “a heinous killer that murdered people in cold blood and eventually received justice.”
  • Phoenix, AZ - Attorney General Mark Brnovich will discuss a major development in an ongoing AGO investigation involving an Arizona Corporation Commissioner.
  • Phoenix, AZ – Attorney General Mark Brnovich today filed a Petition for Special Action to remove Arizona Corporation Commissioner (“Commissioner”) Susan Bitter Smith from office. The Petition filed this morning in the Arizona Supreme Court is the result of an ongoing investigation regarding an alleged violation of a conflict of interest statute. The Attorney General's Office alleges Bitter Smith is ineligible to hold office because of her conflict of interest as a registered lobbyist and executive for a trade association of cable companies regulated by the Arizona Corporation Commission (“Commission”).
  • Phoenix, AZ - With Black Friday one day away, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is reminding Arizonans to watch out for potential scams while shopping this holiday season. "Every holiday season, thieves prey on good, hard-working families,” said Attorney General Brnovich. “Learning how to protect yourself against these scam artists will help avoid extra stress during the holidays.”
  • 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.