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TUCSON - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced 62-year-old Randy Allen Jumper, of Incline Village, Nev., was sentenced on Monday to three years of probation for voting twice by mail in the 2016 General Election. As a part of…

PHOENIX - The Office of Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich (AGO) recently launched its Election Integrity Unit (EIU) webpage that includes a new online election complaint form. With the 2020 elections underway, the AGO…

TEMPE - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that 20-year-old Michael William Spatz, of Tempe, was charged with Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, Sexual Conduct with a Minor, and Molestation of a Child.

Spatz is accused…

AGO Will Seek Relief from AZ Supreme Court Regarding Tucson’s “Off-Cycle” Election Date Ordinance

PHOENIX – The Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AGO) released its findings in the SB 1487 investigation of…

PHOENIX -- Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced the promotion of John Johnson as the new Division Chief of the Criminal Division. Additionally, Virginia Herrera-Gonzales will now be the Division Chief of Child and Family…

PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that the Attorney General's Office (AGO) has reached a settlement to conclude a lawsuit challenging the Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry’s (ADCRR)…

WASHINGTON - Attorney General Mark Brnovich asked the Supreme Court of the United States (Supreme Court) to vacate the stay recently granted by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and proceed with the federal government's…

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 9-0 today, upholding the authority of states to bind presidential electors to the state's popular vote when casting their Electoral College ballots. The case involved combined legal…

MESA – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced 34-year-old Trisha Lynn Weaver, of Mesa, was charged with Conspiracy, Illegally Conducting an Enterprise, and Possession of a Dangerous Drug (methamphetamine) for Sale.

 

PHOENIX — Attorney General Mark Brnovich today announced the former CEO of Insys Therapeutics, Michael Babich, will pay at least $2 million to settle allegations related to his role in an opioid scheme. In 2017, the…