Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich




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  • PHOENIX - Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a State Grand Jury indicted an Arizona inmate and his wife on state terrorism charges. Thomas Orville Bastian and Michelle Marie Bastian are accused of acting together while plotting to commit an act of terrorism at the Arizona State Prison Complex – Lewis. It is alleged that they conspired to construct and set off an explosive device within the prison facility.
  • PHOENIX - Today, Attorney General Brnovich, leading a coalition of seventeen Attorneys General from across the country, filed a brief in the United States Supreme Court as part of his continuing effort to protect Arizona consumers from abuse in the class action settlement process. In the brief, Attorney General Brnovich asked the Supreme Court to create a nationwide rule that class action attorneys’ fees in common-fund cash settlements can only be based off the amount actually paid out to the consumers in the class. This rule will help make sure that the class action process works to the benefit of consumers by ensuring that class action lawyers get paid only in direct proportion to the amount consumers actually get paid.
  • PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a Pima County Superior Court found 3 Gorillas Moving and Storage, LLC violated the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act and ordered the company to pay more than $17,000 in consumer restitution. 3 Gorillas Moving was owned and operated by Troy Emerson.
  • PHOENIX - Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced his office filed a Consumer Fraud Lawsuit against Phoenix-based Arch Vacations, Inc. and its President, Darlene Ziebell. The lawsuit alleges Arch Vacations and Ziebell violated the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act by using deceptive sales tactics to convince consumers to buy vacation packages. The lawsuit further alleges the company and Ziebell unfairly omitted important facts causing customers to misunderstand what they were purchasing.
  • A federal court judge today imposed sanctions on Americans for Individuals with Disabilities and its lawyers and awarded fees to the Defendant.