Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s Office Obtains Victory in Defense of Arizona’s Data Protection Law for Automotive Dealers

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that his office (AGO) obtained a complete victory in defense of Arizona’s consumer protection law that protects data obtained and maintained by car dealerships (dealer law).

Former U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer Sentenced to Probation for Computer Tampering

TUCSON - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that former United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officer Elizabeth Landeros was sentenced on December 8, 2021, by a Pima County Superior Court judge to 3.0 years of probation after she pled guilty to one Count of Computer Tampering, a designated Class 6 felony offense. Before sentencing, Landeros agreed to resign her position with CBP, and she will not apply for law enforcement positions in the future as a condition of probation.

Attorney General Brnovich’s Lawsuit Forces Federal Government to Impose Safe Drinking Water Regulations

PHOENIX – Following pressure from his lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is pleased to announce that the federal government will finally permit critical protections against lead and copper in drinking water to go into effect. The Biden Administration had already twice delayed the effective date of those protections and was set to do so a third time before Arizona and other states challenged the legality of those delays.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Reminds Consumers of Their Rights as Airline Travelers

PHOENIX – Many Arizonans will be traveling to spend time with family and loved ones this holiday season. Unfortunately, airlines often do not make consumers’ interests a priority. Attorney General Mark Brnovich wants to make sure Arizonans know their legal rights. If you believe you have been improperly denied a refund or compensation by an airline, you can file a consumer complaint with the U.S. Department of Transportation here.

Arizona Attorney General's Office is Recognized for Women Lawyers

PHOENIX -  At the ‘All in For Women’ reception this week, members of the Arizona Attorney General's Office  (AGO) were celebrated not only for their success, but also for their resiliency in the face of unique workforce challenges presented by COVID-19.

At a ceremony hosted by the Arizona Women Lawyers Association, the AGO was awarded the 'Maricopa Chapter All in For Women Award 2021' on December 13, 2021.

Attorney General Brnovich Urges SCOTUS to Uphold 2019 Public Charge Rule

PHOENIX – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a brief with the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) to defend the Public Charge Rule, which ensures that certain noncitizens are able to financially support themselves in order to become U.S. citizens or to obtain green cards. President Biden abandoned the rule earlier this year, and General Brnovich's Office (AGO) stepped in to defend the law, leading a coalition of 13 states.