Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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  • PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Truckers Against Trafficking, the Arizona Trucking Association, Albertsons, and Help Inc., are proud to announce a new partnership to help rescue victims of human trafficking. More than 25,000 rescue stickers will be placed on semi-trucks throughout Arizona to encourage victims of human trafficking to call or text for help. January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
  • PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich worked with State Representative Jeff Weninger (R-LD 17 Chandler) to introduce legislation that will reduce regulatory burdens for Arizona companies using technology to provide new financial products and services.
  • PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a letter brief urging a federal court in California to reject an imbalanced class action settlement relating to Wilson & DeMarini softball bats that would give the class action lawyers in the case the majority of the settlement and leave consumers taking home only coupons of questionable value.
  • PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich will join Truckers Against Trafficking, the Arizona Trucking Association, Albertsons, and Help Inc., to announce a new partnership to help rescue victims of human trafficking. 25,000 rescue stickers will be placed on semi-trucks throughout Arizona to encourage victims to call or text for help. The Freedom Drivers Project, the first-of-its-kind mobile exhibit, will also be on display to help educate the public and members of the trucking industry about the realities of human trafficking and how the trucking industry is combating it. January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
  • PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Francisco Aguirre, the owner of Montecristo Properties, pleaded guilty to defrauding 40 families in a real estate scam. Aguirre pleaded guilty to one count of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices, one count of Theft, and two counts of Forgery. Under the plea agreement, Aguirre will spend 7.5 years in prison. He must also pay $2 million in full restitution to the victims.