Attorney General Tom Horne today announced the recent filing of a lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court against Rise & Shine Exceptional Services, LLC and Desiree and Timothy Truett.
Attorney General Tom Horne is warning Arizona consumers, particularly students, to be wary of telephone solicitors who offer to send thousands of dollars of grant money if the consumer pays a couple hundred dollars through a money card.
Attorney General Tom Horne authored the principal Friend of Court Brief, joined by other states, in today's victory by Michigan upholding state bans on racial preferences in college admissions, state contracts, and state employment.
Attorney General Tom Horne is warning consumers to be cautious of scams related to utility companies including Salt River Project (SRP), Arizona Public Service (APS), and Tucson Electric Power (TEP).
After an audit by the Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE) of Maricopa Properties, LLC revealed a shortage in the company’s statutorily mandated trust account, Attorney General Tom Horne obtained an indictment against owner Dawn Anderson.
Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing that the Arizona Department of Corrections (DOC) has changed its lethal injection protocol to allow for the additional use of a two-drug protocol using Medazolam and Hydromorphone in carrying out executions.
Attorney General Tom Horne announced a major verdict obtained yesterday against abuse in Colorado City. This includes a $5.2 million jury verdict on behalf of Ron and Jinjer Cooke, who were discriminated against by five official Colorado City defendants, based on religion.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing that Arizona has won a significant victory in the legal battle to require voters to provide evidence of U.S. citizenship as mandated by Arizona law.
Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing the conviction of Brian Ray Robinson of Phoenix, Arizona for his role as methamphetamine dealer and prohibited possessor of a firearm, due to a prior felony conviction.
Attorney General Tom Horne today announced the conviction of Emilio Jean for his role in a drug trafficking organization based in New York. The organization was believed to be responsible for the transportation of thousands of pounds of marijuana from the Southwest Border area to New York, Ohio and Indiana for more than a decade.