Arizona Attorney General’s Office Trains Law Enforcement Throughout the State

PHOENIX –  The Arizona Attorney General's Office (AGO) is committed to supporting local law enforcement officers, agencies, and communities across Arizona. Since 2015, the AGO has trained more than 3,000 officers from dozens of agencies, providing first responders with scenario-based drills and life-saving techniques.

AG Brnovich Obtains Over $400,000 in Restitution from Arizona Nissan Dealers

PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Arizona consumers will receive $405,000 in restitution stemming from a settlement with Valley-based auto dealers ABC Nissan and Pinnacle Nissan, both owned by Berkshire Hathaway Automotive. 
“Arizonans shopping for a vehicle deserve an honest and transparent car buying experience,” said Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “While the market may be experiencing fluctuations, dealerships should avoid advertising prices that they are not prepared to honor.”

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Joins Multistate Action to End CDC’s Unlawful Mask Mandate

PHOENIX - Today Attorney General Brnovich is joining a 21-state coalition fighting back against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) unconstitutional mask mandate on public transportation like airplanes.

“This lingering mask mandate is another sad example of government that is out-of-line and out-of-touch,” said Attorney General Mark Brnovich.  “It’s time to relieve American families of this unconstitutional, ineffective, and ridiculously burdensome policy.”

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Wins Lawsuit to Stop Biden’s Lawless Immigration Policy

PHOENIX – Today, the United States District Court, in Arizona v. Biden, granted a preliminary injunction to stop the implementation of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) dangerous ‘Guidelines for the Enforcement of Civil Immigration Law’ (Permanent Guidance). The immigration policy would have halted nearly all deportations, even for those convicted of crimes, and drastically tied the hands of immigration officers. Attorney General Mark Brnovich co-led this lawsuit with the attorneys general from Ohio and Montana.

Three Defendants Convicted in Organized Retail Theft Scheme Targeting Home Improvement Stores

PIMA COUNTY – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Micah Aaron Pierce, 35, Jesse Raul Henderson, 31, and Clint Anthony Anaya, 39, were convicted for operating a retail theft scheme where they stole $28,000 in ceiling fans from home improvement stores and resold them on Facebook Marketplace.

Arizona Attorney General’s Office Warns of Fraudulent QR Codes

PHOENIX –  The Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AGO) is warning about cybercriminals using fake or altered QR codes to scam users.

QR code stands for Quick Response code -- a technology developed decades ago that's exploded in the age of smartphones. The popular black-and-white squares can be seen everywhere from restaurants and travel to entertainment events and donations. They're similar to a barcode and carry a lot of information. Users scan the code with the camera app on their cell phones, which brings up a website.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Obtains $260,000 for Consumers from Auction Companies

PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced the resolution of a lawsuit filed against auction companies Auction Nation, LLC (Auction Nation) and Auction Yard, LLC (Auction Yard) and their owners. Consumers will receive $260,000 in restitution as a result of the consent decrees his office (AGO) obtained against Auction Nation and Auction Yard.