Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich



Press Releases

Dear Consul General Hernández, Thank you for your recent letter. I too enjoyed our meeting in January, and I appreciate the ongoing opportunity for open dialogue. Thank you for the information regarding efforts to improve the security provisions for Mexican Consular Identification Cards (MCAS). As you know, our legislature passed a law in 2011 that prohibits the state or any of its political subdivisions from accepting such forms of identification.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today the 2015 Elder Abuse Awareness Junior High School Arts Competition. The contest is sponsored by the Attorney General's Office Community Outreach Division.

To Raul Grijalva, Ann Kirkpatrick, and Ruben Gallego, members of congress: Thank you for your letter dated March 3rd, 2015, concerning in-state tuition for those without lawful status in the United States.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that 28- year- old Carlee Elise Kelly of Mesa was sentenced to 20 years in prison for her crimes related to the identity theft of four different women.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today the arrests and indictments of 48- year- old Susan Marie Rall and her husband 60- year- old David Jerome Rall. The couple is accused of embezzling approximately $34,000 from the state during Susan Rall’s time as an employee of the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ).

Telemarketing is a multi-million dollar business that affects all of us. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich wants to point out that one of the best ways to reduce the number of unwanted and unsolicited phone calls is to sign up for the free National Do Not Call Registry.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich is warning Arizonans about a widespread foreign lottery scheme. Victims continue to receive unsolicited contact informing them that they have won millions of dollars in another country’s lottery but that they need to pay a fee to claim their prize. Victims send money, but never receive winnings.

Whereas, consumer fraud as defined by Arizona law, includes any deception, unfair act or practice, false pretense, false promise or misrepresentation made by a seller or advertiser of merchandise; and ...

With the April 15th income tax deadline approaching, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is urging Arizona consumers to be aware of potential tax related scams.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced the filing of a consumer fraud lawsuit against Advantage Foreclosure LLC (Advantage) and its owners Matthew and Lynette Van Remoortel. Advantage is an Arizona based company that advertised on the internet site located at and purports to provide foreclosure consulting services nationwide.


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