Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich today announced that Defendant Charles Arthur Cagle of Tucson, Arizona was convicted in Pima County Superior Court of 15 felonies, which included possession of methamphetamine for sale, trafficking in firearms, involving a minor in a drug offense, and conspiracy to commit armed robbery.
The Attorney General’s Office teamed up with the Arizona Department of Gaming, the Phoenix Police Department and the Department of Public Safety to stop illegal gambling at establishments known as sweepstakes cafes. These cafes pose as coffee shops offering Internet access but they are a disguise for illegal gambling operations.
The Arizona Office of The Attorney General prosecuted a perpetrator who was sharing 644 child pornography files. This is the first of many convictions of those who commit crimes against children, as Attorney General Mark Brnovich is teaming up with legislators and law enforcement to crack down on crimes against children with the Arizona Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC).
With President Barack Obama’s visit to Phoenix today to discuss the housing market’s recovery, Attorney General Mark Brnovich commends the accomplishments of 23 community agencies that have partnered with the Arizona Attorney General’s office (“AGO”) to implement the Help You Can Trust programs designed to aid individuals and families in Arizona who are still challenged by the housing crisis.
Mark Brnovich became Arizona’s Attorney General Monday with his wife Susan, their daughters, and his mother by his side as he took the oath. Inspired by his love for Arizona and commitment to restoring integrity to the Office of the Arizona Attorney General, Brnovich gave an inspiring speech.
Newly sworn-in Attorney General Mark Brnovich will make his first public comments on the fight against human trafficking in Arizona this week. Brnovich will join Cindy McCain Wednesday at an event to unveil an anti-human trafficking campaign sponsored by Clear Channel Outdoor.
Attorney General Tom Horne announced today that he, along with the Attorneys General of 49 other States and the District of Columbia, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Federal Communications Commission, reached a $90 million settlement with T-Mobile USA, Inc.
Attorney General Tom Horne has filed lawsuits against Allstars Movers and Storage Inc., of Phoenix, and 3 Gorillas Moving and Storage, LLC, located in Tucson.
Attorney General Tom Horne, along with the attorneys general of 44 states and the District of Columbia, announced today that Sirius XM Radio Inc. of New York has agreed to pay $3.8 million to the states, and provide restitution to eligible consumers to resolve claims that the satellite radio company engaged in misleading advertising and billing practices.
Attorney General Tom Horne yesterday filed a lawsuit against General Motors, LLC (GM) on behalf of the State of Arizona that seeks civil penalties, claiming that the automaker has deliberately endangered Arizona motorists and the public by intentionally concealing serious safety defects to avoid the cost of recall and replacement.