Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich



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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that his office recently filed a complaint with the Maricopa County Superior Court against Chalice Renee Zeitner for allegedly faking a cancer diagnosis in order to get the state to pay for her late-term abortion.

Staff from the Office of the Arizona Attorney General will come together to raise money for Wounded Warrior Project. 25 employees will participate in firearms training with all proceeds going to the non- profit that helps meet the needs of wounded service members.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich took a trip to Sonora, Mexico earlier this week. He met with Sonora Attorney General Carlos Navarro, Sonora Governor Guillermo Padres Elias, and President of the Sonora Supreme Court Juan Sebastian Sotomayor Tovar, among other government officials. Brnovich spent two days visiting with Navarro in Hermosillo, Sonora. The meeting was organized by the Conference of Western Attorneys General to further discussions regarding cooperation between the neighboring states that began in Phoenix in March.

On behalf of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, I would thank everyone who participated in National Crime Victims’ Rights Week 2015. I would also like to congratulate the individuals and the teams who have made a difference statewide by proudly embracing justice and supporting victims in their pursuit of justice.

In response to the recent catastrophic earthquake in Nepal, many Arizonans want to help victims by donating to relief efforts. Attorney General Mark Brnovich offers the following tips to individuals when donating to a relief effort to ensure they do not become a victim of fraud:

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today the sentencing of an admitted child pornographer. Marshall MacDonald, 20, was sentenced to 12 years in the Arizona Department of Corrections after entering into a plea agreement in March. His charges include Sexual Exploitation of a Minor and a Dangerous Crime Against Children.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich reminds Arizonans they have until May 1, 2015 to file a consumer complaint in order to be reviewed for possible eligibility and restitution in the Sirius XM settlement.

Today, the Arizona Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs is thrilled to announce that Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has awarded Clubs across the state a grant totaling $670,000. The funding, provided over two years as part of Arizona’s portion of the legal settlement against the maker of the drug Avandia, will support the anti-obesity and diabetes-prevention efforts known as Triple Play and T.R.A.I.L. programs.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a settlement today in a fraud lawsuit against My Sister's Appliance LLC (MSA), Payless Appliance (Payless) and managers Pedram and Pooneh Azizi. The defendants sell used household appliances in Phoenix and Mesa, Arizona. On April 14, 2015, the court approved a stipulated consent judgment that restricts the companies and managers from violating the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act (ACFA).

Luncheon and awards ceremony to recognize the law enforcement officers, lawyers, volunteers and advocates who improved the criminal justice process for victims in 2014.


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