PHOENIX (Friday, February 01, 2013) -- Attorney General Tom Horne today announced that his office, the Attorneys General of 44 other states and the District of Columbia have reached a $120 million multi-state settlement with Lender Processing Services, Inc. and its subsidiaries, LPS Default Solutions and DocX.
PHOENIX (Monday, February 04, 2013) -- A self-styled Phoenix pastor and his wife who gained notoriety in 2012 for a well-publicized zoning battle involving the home-based location for their religious services, have been sentenced along with the man’s brother for offenses related to AHCCCS fraud, Attorney General Tom Horne announced today.
39 year-old Michael Salman, his 34 year-old wife, Suzanne Salman, and his 37 year-old brother, Frank Salman, were sentenced to probation in Maricopa County Superior Court last week. They will also pay fines and restitution.
PHOENIX (Tuesday, February 05, 2013) -- The mortgage crisis that devastated the Arizona economy was made far worse because of misleading financial claims made by Standard & Poor’s, according to a lawsuit filed today, Attorney General Tom Horne said.
TUCSON (Wednesday, February 5, 2013) -- A husband and wife have been indicted on multiple charges of fraudulent schemes and theft from a Tucson-area school that serves career and technical education students, Attorney General Tom Horne announced today. The indictment names Melinda Carpio and Enrique Carpio.
PHOENIX (Thursday, February 14, 2013) -- Arizona is included in a legal settlement reached with Toyota over the manufacturer’s well-publicized recent safety issues, Attorney General Tom Horne said today.
Horne has joined 29 other states in announcing a $29 million settlement with Toyota Motor Corporation and its related North America entities over allegations Toyota concealed safety issues related to unintended acceleration. Arizona’s share is just under $700,000, which is designated for the state’s Consumer Revolving Fund.
PHOENIX (Tuesday, February 19, 2013) -- Attorney General Tom Horne today announced the introduction of school safety legislation that allows a designated school employee to be trained and armed for the purpose of defending a campus.
The bill is sponsored by Representative David Stevens (R) – Sierra Vista.