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(Phoenix – Oct 31, 2003) Attorney General Terry Goddard announced today the indictment of Ramiro Ayala-Aguilar on charges of taking the identity of a California truck driver.  

Ayala-Aguilar, 21, has been detained and deported numerous…

(Yuma, Arizona—October 21, 2003) The Office of Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced the arrest of 27 suspects in an on-going investigation of the Haro Drug Trafficking Organization. Last month, Assistant Attorney General Billie Rosen…

(Phoenix, Arizona—October 21, 2003) Attorney General Terry Goddard is in Mexico today on a three-day trip to meet with Mexican Attorney General Lic. Alejandro Ramos Flores and other law enforcement and Foreign Ministry officials. 

Goddard…

(Gilbert, AZ - Oct. 15, 2003)  Law-enforcement officials from around the state met today at the Gilbert Boys & Girls Club for an Attorney General forum about Internet crime and the new Arizona Internet Safety Initiative. 

The Arizona…

(Phoenix, AZ – October 9, 2003)  Attorney General Terry Goddard today testified at the United States Senate Commerce Committee’s field hearing on Pipeline Safety in Phoenix. Goddard testified that Arizona’s economic future depends on affordable,…

(Phoenix, AZ – October 9, 2003)  Attorney General Terry Goddard issued a reminder today that the clock is ticking for Arizona consumers who haven’t sent in their settlement forms to participate in the Household/Beneficial settlement.  Valid forms…

(Phoenix, AZ – October 8, 2003)  Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard is warning Arizona residents of an internet e-mail scam that states it is sent "by the Citibank server" to verify the Citibank Member's e-mail address.  Residents throughout…

(PHOENIX, AZ—September 30, 2003)   Attorney General Terry Goddard announced today that he and the Attorneys General of 42 other states have reached an agreement under which Wal-Mart will implement new policies and procedures to reduce tobacco…

(Phoenix, AZ— September 24, 2003)  Today’s District Court ruling in Oklahoma to block the Do Not Call registry is the equivalent of slamming down the phone on 900,000 Arizona consumers who registered on the federal Do Not Call lists. 

(Phoenix, AZ— September 22, 2003) Thanks to the efforts of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, Foreign Prosecutions Unit, a Mexican court sentenced Antonio Perez Panduro to 42 years and 6 months in prison for the murders of Tammy Manuel and…