Idaho Man Indicted in Complex Real Estate Fraud Case

TUCSON - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that a State Grand Jury indicted Idaho resident Bradley Heinrichs with four counts of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices, and one count each of Illegal Control of an Enterprise, Theft, and Conspiracy, for allegedly operating a real estate investment racketeering enterprise with Stephen J. Hatch between January 2005 and December 2014.

Attorney General Brnovich Joins 12-State Coalition in Filing Suit Against Biden Administration over Massive Expansion of Federal Regulations

PHOENIX – Today, Attorney General Mark Brnovich joined a coalition of 12 states in filing a lawsuit against President Joe Biden’s administration over a massive expansion of federal regulations through executive order, potentially impacting nearly every aspect of the economy and Arizonans' households.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Announces $200+ Million in Consumer Restitution

PHOENIX – As Arizona Consumer Protection Week wraps up today, Attorney General Mark Brnovich commends the Civil Litigation Division's Consumer Protection and Advocacy Section for securing well over $200 million in restitution and other forms of relief for Arizona consumers since 2015. This amount exceeds the total restitution awards secured by the AG’s Office from 2000-2014 combined.

AG Brnovich Announces $1.75 Million Settlement with Landmark Home Warranty

26,000 Arizonans are eligible for restitution

PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that up to 26,000 Arizonans who purchased home warranty services from Landmark Home Warranty will receive compensation as a result of an agreement with the Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AGO). The consent agreement resolves the AGO's claims asserted against Landmark concerning misrepresentations made about its “expedited services” policy from 2017 to 2019. Arizona consumers will receive a total of $1 million in restitution.

Attorney General Brnovich Defends Arizona Election Integrity Measures at U.S. Supreme Court

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Attorney General Mark Brnovich argued to protect Arizona’s commonsense election integrity laws before the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) on Tuesday morning. The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) is asking the High Court to uphold two Arizona laws that place restrictions on ballot harvesting and prohibit out-of-precinct voting. At the heart of the case is whether states can pass laws to protect the integrity of elections.

Media Advisory: Attorney General Brnovich to Argue before U.S. Supreme Court in Defense of Arizona Election Integrity Laws

Who: Attorney General Mark Brnovich will argue before the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) tomorrow representing the State of Arizona on behalf of two of Arizona’s commonsense election integrity laws. 

What: General Brnovich is asking the High Court to uphold Arizona’s laws on ballot harvesting and out-of-precinct voting. At the heart of the case is whether states like Arizona have the authority to enact commonsense election integrity laws such as the two being challenged.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Reveals Top 5 Arizona Consumer Complaints

Arizona Consumer Protection Week February 28-March 6, 2021

PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich is kicking off Arizona Consumer Protection Week (February 28 - March 6) by warning consumers about the top five consumer complaint categories that the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) received in 2020, as well as tips to avoid falling victim. General Brnovich is also reminding residents that the AGO consumer protection team is on standby to help Arizonans who’ve been ripped off by consumer fraud.