Attorney General Tom Horne today announced the resolution of a case in his ongoing auto repair “sting” operations, a program he instituted to deter auto repair shops from defrauding consumers.
In the wake of Yanira Maldonado’s nine-day ordeal in a Mexico jail on groundless drug-trafficking accusations and the beginning of summer travel to Sonora, Mexico, Attorney General Tom Horne is today...
The deaths of a Phoenix Police Officer and Phoenix Fire Fighter in separate incidents within the last week are raising concerns about potential charity scams, Attorney General Tom Horne said today.
A single political appointee should not be entrusted with the job of certifying border security for the United States, Attorney General Tom Horne told Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake in a letter yesterday.
Attorney General Tom Horne, along with Governor Jan Brewer and statewide leaders will gather to honor fallen officers at this year’s Arizona Peace Officers Memorial Service.
Bisbee passed an ordinance which would have changed state laws within its city limits. It would have given members of civil unions the same rights as married couples under state statutes pertaining to community property, inheritance, appointment of administrators, etc.
A multi-million dollar copper theft ring that relied upon inside help from now-fired employees of Arizona copper producer ASARCO, LLC has been broken up, Attorney General Tom Horne announced today. The case was investigated by the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS).
Attorney General Tom Horne today announced that Arizona would receive an additional $48 million for the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) as a result of a settlement reached ...
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing the kick-off of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. This year’s theme, New Challenges. New Solutions., celebrates the spirit of those who have worked (and continue to work) in the area of victims’ rights...
Citing the need to spare victims’ families any unnecessary delay in having sentences for federal capital cases carried out, Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne today threatened to sue the Federal Government if it did not approve, within 90 days, Arizona’s application to qualify for expedited review of such cases.