Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing the sentencing of David Mosley, 52, who on August 16, 2013 was given an aggravated term of 14.75 years in the Arizona Department of Corrections and ordered to pay a fine of $10,000 for his involvement in heading a large-scale crack cocaine distribution ring operating in the Phoenix area.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne and Secretary of State Ken Bennett have joined forces with the state of Kansas in suing the Elections Assistance Commission (EAC).
Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing that on Friday, August 16, 2013, Brian Fortner, age 28 of Peoria, AZ, was sentenced to 14 years in the Arizona Department of Corrections for Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, a Class 2 Felony and Dangerous Crime Against Children.
Notice of finalists for appointment to the Board of Trustees for the United Effort Plan Trust.
Attorney General Tom Horne today joined five states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Department of Justice in filing suit to block the pending merger between U.S. Airways and American Airlines.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing a law suit against the Federal Justice Department for undue delay in handling Arizona’s request for acceleration status in the processing of capital punishment appeals, through the federal process known as Habeas Corpus.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne announced today the extradition of legal permanent resident Raul Ernesto Esquivel, a suspected drug trafficking criminal enterprise member, from Mexico City to Tucson through efforts of his office and the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS).
This summer, the Office of Mortgage Settlement Oversight released its first report detailing results of their findings around the five largest servicers’ compliance with servicing standards established by the National Mortgage Settlement (NMS).
Attorney General Tom Horne is warning people, especially senior citizens, about an increase in medical alert scams. Across the country, seniors have been reporting phone calls that offer “free” medical alert systems.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has threatened to sue the Elections Assistance Commission if it does not approve a state-specific requirement, consistent with proposition 200 passed by Arizona voters, under which Arizona can ask people registering to vote for evidence that they are citizens.