Attorney General Goddard announces $3.75 million settlement with Qwest
Carl Arnal could be sentenced to as much as 23 years in Prison
(Phoenix, AZ—July 15, 2003) Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard is warning Arizona residents to be wary of home repair scam artists offering their services to consumers who have lost their homes in wild fires.
(Phoenix, AZ—July 17, 2003) Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard is warning Arizona residents of a recent scam in which unscrupulous people are calling consumers registered on the national do-notcall list claiming to represent the Arizona Attorney General’s Office and asking them for their financial information.
First of Yuma drug ring defendants to go to trial is convicted
on all charges including four as “serious drug offender”
Attorney General’s Office wins major conviction on 17-count drug case
(Phoenix, AZ—July 17, 2003) Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard today called the conviction late yesterday of a Yuma man on drug-related charges “a major victory for law enforcement.”
Attorney General’s Office issues opinion on Proposition 203 waivers
(Phoenix, AZ—July 22, 2003) Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced that his office has issued an opinion on Proposition 203 waivers.
The opinion can be found in the archived opinions.
Attorney General Goddard announces indictment of four in phony promissory note case
(Phoenix, AZ—August 5, 2003) Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced the indictments of four men for illegally selling promissory notes for the development of a shopping mall in Dacono, CO.