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04/2006

Terry Goddard to Honor Teen Crime Victim

(Phoenix, Ariz. – April 24, 2006) Attorney General Terry Goddard on Tuesday will present his office’s first “Spirit of Courage Award” honoring crime victims.

The award will be presented to a 17-year-old Phoenix girl who demonstrated courage by providing critical court testimony that led to a felony conviction and for conquering her methamphetamine addiction. The ceremony will be held in the rose garden in front of the Attorney General’s Office, 1275 W. Washington St., beginning at 10 a.m.

Terry Goddard Presents Distinguished Service Awards to Victims' Rights Advocates

(Phoenix, Ariz. – April 24, 2006) Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard today presented the Attorney General’s Distinguished Service Awards to victims’ rights advocates at the Victims’ Rights Week Kick-Off Event at the State Capitol.

These awards were presented in recognition of exemplary service, uncommon commitment to victims' rights and to improving the treatment of crime victims.

Attorney General’s Distinguished Award for Leadership: Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Ronald Reinstein.

Terry Goddard to be Honored by Arizona Consumers Council

(Phoenix, Ariz. – April 5, 2006) Attorney General Terry Goddard will receive the Currin V. Shields Award by the Arizona Consumers Council at the group’s 40th anniversary dinner on Thursday evening, April 6. The award recognizes Goddard, his staff and his office’s publications that have provided valuable assistance to Arizona consumers.

The late Currin V. Shields was president of the Arizona Consumers Council from 1969 to 1980. In 1973, he started the national Conference of Consumer Organizations.

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