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During the discovery process, the state has had 30 hours of witness depositions and over 200,000 pages of documents have been produced.

An Arizona judge says that the state has collected more than enough material from tech giant Google and it’s time to move onto a trial over the company’s privacy policy - the result of an investigation by the Arizona attorney general that has been going on since at least 2018. Read more»

Voter fraud cases are rare, and most cases in Arizona involve people accused of 'double voting' in multiple states.

A grand jury has indicted a Scottsdale Republican woman for allegedly casting her dead mother’s early ballot in the November election in a rare prosecution for voter fraud in Arizona after the case was brought to the attention of the election integrity unit by a conservative Phoenix activist. Read more»

Consumer watchdog groups are scrambling to keep up with the number of new scams that pop up every day related to COVID-19, from fake cures to sham financial opportunities. The intense focus on the disease, a lack of checks and the speed and anonymity of the internet have combined to help fraud explode, they say.

“It seems like every day … a new scam pops up,” says Katie Conner, a spokesperson for the Arizona Attorney General. “And we are really trying to stay ahead and get these warnings out there.” Read more»