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(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 24, 2004)  Attorney General Terry Goddard commended the United States Supreme Court on its decision today not to retroactively require jury resentencing for all death penalty cases in Arizona that have exhausted…

(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 22, 2004)  Three men who pled guilty earlier this year to human smuggling are headed to jail for their crimes.  The three men were recently sentenced in Maricopa County Superior Court for smuggling a…

(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 21, 2004)  Attorney General Terry Goddard will meet with Department of Energy Assistant Secretary Mark Maddox and Deputy Assistant Secretary Howard Gruenstecht on July 23 to discuss gasoline issues affecting…

(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 21, 2004)  The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and the Attorney General’s Office have settled a joint lawsuit against Phelps Dodge Corporation for environmental violations committed at its…

(Tucson, Ariz. – June 16, 2004)  Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced that the Attorney General’s Office entered into a consent judgment with Check Agencies of Arizona, Inc., dba Check Center, a Delaware Corporation, and…

(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 14, 2004)  Attorney General Terry Goddard today expressed disappointment at the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that tax credits can be challenged in federal court.

“Unfortunately, the Court’s decision…

(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 10, 2004)  The Attorney Generals Office has entered into a Consent Decree with Ridgewood Apartments, LLC, stemming from a complaint alleging a violation of the Arizona Fair Housing Act, announced Attorney…

(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 10, 2004)  Jerry A. Oliver, Sr., former Detroit Police Chief and Phoenix Assistant Police Chief, joined the Attorney General’s Office this week.  Oliver, recognized as one of the country’s leaders in law…

(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 10, 2004)  Used car sales once again topped the list of consumer complaints filed with the Attorney General’s Office, and for the first time predatory lending makes an appearance in the top 10, announced…

(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 10, 2004)  Some 2,400 Arizona residents who leased autos under Ford Credit’s “Red Carpet” program are eligible to receive about $240,000 back from the company under a settlement announced today by Arizona…