Robert K. Corbin
|Attorney General of Arizona|
January 1979 – January 1991
|Preceded by||Jack LaSota|
|Succeeded by||Grant Woods|
|Born||November 17, 1928|
|Spouse(s)||Lori Klein Corbin|
|Alma mater||Indiana University|
|Branch/service||United States Navy|
|Years of service||1946|
Robert K. Corbin (born November 17, 1928) is an American lawyer and politician from the state of Arizona who formerly served as Attorney General of Arizona. He later served as president of the National Rifle Association from 1992 until 1993.
Early life and education
Corbin grew up in Indiana and is married to Republican National Committee woman Lori Klein Corbin. Robert Corbin previously married Helen Corbin in 1959. She died January 29, 2008. She was born January 29, 1931 in Pennsylvania. They had three daughters: Deborah, Lori and Kathy.
Corbin started working as a Maricopa Deputy County Attorney in 1958. He was elected Maricopa County Attorney in 1964 and served one term. He was elected to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors in 1972, and Attorney General in November 1978 and served until his retirement in January 1991, holding that office longer than any other elected official.
Corbin prosecuted Republican Governor Evan Mecham for misusing campaign contributions. Charges were dismissed after Mecham was impeached. In 1987, Corbin indicted former congressman Sam Steiger for extorting a member of the parole board. Steiger was convicted but it was overturned on appeal.
- DEAN, PAUL (May 18, 1994). "The Straight Shooter : Retiring NRA Chief Bob Corbin Led as He Lives: No Compromises and Never Surrender" – via LA Times.
- "National Committeewoman Lori Klein Corbin - GOP". GOP.com.
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