Attorney General Tom Horne is today warning Arizona consumers and small businesses to be wary of solicitations that appear to be an official notification from a government agency.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing the sentencing of several members of the Escalante family of Douglas. They were sentenced by Cochise County Superior Court in a large-scale money laundering operation dating back to 2006.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing a settlement with American Airlines and US Airways regarding their impending merger. The settlement includes the US Department of Justice and the six states that were also plaintiffs, including Arizona.
Attorney General Tom Horne is announcing the settlement of a consumer fraud case against Stan Nii-Addo Allotey, Jr., owner of Mortgage Relief Group, d.b.a. Mortgage Assistance Group, for engaging in deceptive loan modification services.
Congressman Paul Gosar (AZ-04), announced his support and co-sponsorship of H.R. 2805, the End Sex Trafficking Act of 2013. This bill would add federal enforcement powers against the "customers" of child prostitutes as opposed to just the sex traffickers themselves.
With the release of the national mortgage settlement funds, the Attorney General’s Office has created a number of new programs to help families facing foreclosure on their homes, may have late payments due to unemployment or underemployment, or may even be the victims of fraud.
Attorney General Horne announces the execution of 43-year-old Caucasian, Robert G. Jones, ADC #070566. The execution commenced today at 10:35 a.m. at the Arizona State Prison Complex (ASPC) in Florence. He was pronounced dead at 10:52 a.m.
Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing the indictment of 21 men and women - 8 officers and 13 enlisted - who served in the 214th Reconnaissance Group (214 RG) of the Arizona Air National Guard (AZ ANG).
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, along with 46 states and the District of Columbia, announced today that Connecticut-based Affinion, and its subsidiaries Trilegiant and Webloyalty, will pay over $30 million to settle allegations that they misled consumers into signing up and paying for discount clubs and membership.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing the unsealing of an indictment of Gary Husk and his company Husk Partners, Inc. for Conspiracy to Make Prohibited Political Contributions and seven counts of Prohibited Contributions. Of the seven counts of Prohibited Contributions...