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In an effort to make young people aware of the tragedy of elder abuse, Attorney General Tom Horne and the Arizona Elder Abuse Coalition have partnered in the 2013 “Why Should I Care About Elder Abuse?” Junior High School Arts Competition.
Arizona homeowners should be on the lookout for a mailing that appears to be a legal document, but may be a ploy against mortgage consumers, Attorney General Tom Horne said today.
The mailing comes in an envelope that appears to be an official legal or government document, but there is no company name or return address on the envelope or the letter itself. A call to the toll-free number in the letter reveals the company as Fresh Start, based in New York.
The Arizona Supreme Court has denied a petition by the Navajo Nation to review a lower court ruling affirming that an almost 3-year-old Navajo child should continue living in his non-tribal adoptive home, Attorney General Tom Horne said today.
Attorney General Tom Horne has obtained a Consent Judgment against a Phoenix area firearms company, to settle allegations that the firm violated the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act by not providing promised services and goods to multiple paying customers.
In a lawsuit filed in December 2011, the State alleged Lancaster Arms, LLC failed to provide consumers with promised merchandise and services for which it accepted advance payments and subsequently failed to provide refunds to those consumers and, in some cases, failed to return the consumer’s unassembled weapon kits to them.
Tom Horne, Arizona Attorney General, announced today that he has persuaded the U.S. Supreme Court to take review of Arizona’s Voter Integrity case. Previously, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals had ruled that Arizona would not be permitted to ask people for evidence that they are citizens when they register to vote.
“Finding a solution to the illegal activities that have been occurring in Colorado city for decades has been one of my highest priorities since taking office as Arizona’s Attorney General. I proposed legislation last year that would have eliminated the ability of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) to control and direct law enforcement officers employed by the Colorado City Marshal's office. Sadly, our legislature chose not to pass our Bill.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne today announced the conviction of married couple, Fernando Tomas Garcia and Anay Ariana Becerra in Cochise County Superior Court for offenses related to AHCCCS fraud and money laundering.
A Phoenix towing company is accused of multiple consumer fraud violations after an Attorney General’s Office sting operation shows the company fraudulently charging a customer for repairs that were not actually made, Attorney General Tom Horne said today.
AG Announces Largest Ever Consumer Protection Prescription Drug Settlement
Attorney General Tom Horne today joined 44 other states and the District of Columbia in announcing a $100 million settlement with Abbott Laboratories over allegations of illegal off-label marketing of its Depakote drug.
A truck driver arrested in 2011 with approximately $170,000 in cash in a duffel bag tainted with narcotics has been convicted on charges of Illegally Conducting an Enterprise and Money Laundering, Attorney General Tom Horne announced today.