Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich




Terry Goddard Recommends Arizonans Use Advance Care Directives

(Phoenix, Ariz. – March 23, 2005)  Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard today reminded Arizona residents about the importance of having their wishes known about medical care should they become incapacitated.

“Recent news stories remind us how important it is to have your wishes known – for the family as well as the individual – to avoid the anguish we’ve been witnessing,” Goddard said.  “Having your wishes in writing protects your rights and wishes, and provides a valuable gift to your friends and family.”

Yavapai Community College Governing Board Violated Open Meeting Law, Attorney General’s Investigation Finds

(Phoenix, Ariz. - March 24, 2005) An investigation by the Attorney General's Office has concluded that the Yavapai Community College District Governing Board in Prescott violated the state Open Meeting Law several times last year when a quorum of the members communicated about board business via email. The investigation found that the board also violated the law by failing to create minutes of board "work sessions." 

Former School Officials Sentenced

(Phoenix, Ariz. – March 31, 2005)  Dr. Jesus B. Greer and Donald Huish pled guilty in Cochise County Superior Court to violations of the Arizona School Finance procurement code on Tuesday, March 29.  Both pled to Class 1 misdemeanors.  Dr. Greer was the longtime Superintendent of the Douglas Unified School District, and Mr. Huish was the District’s Business Manager, and has since left the school district.  The offenses occurred during the summer of 2002, after Dr. Greer’s retirement.