Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich



Press Releases

The U.S. Supreme Court will soon rule on a portion of federal law affecting Arizonans in ways you have not imagined.

Protecting seniors from fraud and abuse, avoiding travel scams and offering more web-based resources for the public are the focus of Attorney General Tom Horne’s 2013 Consumer Protection Week.

I was deeply saddened last night after hearing of the two police detectives involved in a shooting while on duty. While one detective fights for his life, I mourn with the rest of the state knowing that a 21-year veteran of the Phoenix police department is gone.

Automobile airbags undoubtedly save lives, but Attorney General Tom Horne is warning consumers that potentially dangerous and unreliable after-market airbags are being sold to individuals and businesses in Arizona.

Attorney General Tom Horne today announced the introduction of school safety legislation that allows a designated school employee to be trained and armed for the purpose of defending a campus.

Arizona is included in a legal settlement reached with Toyota over the manufacturer’s well-publicized recent safety issues, Attorney General Tom Horne said today.

A husband and wife have been indicted on multiple charges of fraudulent schemes and theft from a Tucson-area school that serves career and technical education students, Attorney General Tom Horne announced today. The indictment names Melinda Carpio and Enrique Carpio.

The mortgage crisis that devastated the Arizona economy was made far worse because of misleading financial claims made by Standard & Poor’s, according to a lawsuit filed today, Attorney General Tom Horne said.

A self-styled Phoenix pastor and his wife who gained notoriety in 2012 for a well-publicized zoning battle involving the home-based location for their religious services, have been sentenced along with the man’s brother for offenses related to AHCCCS fraud, Attorney General Tom Horne announced today.

Attorney General Tom Horne today announced that his office, the Attorneys General of 44 other states and the District of Columbia have reached a $120 million multi-state settlement with Lender Processing Services, Inc. and its subsidiaries, LPS Default Solutions and DocX.


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