Gov. Rose Mofford will not be charged in connection with gifts she gave as secretary of state or financial disclosure statements she filed as a public official, the county attorney announced Friday.

Maricopa County Attorney Tom Collins said technical violations in the statements were not "significant in that they did not involve large amounts of money or personal gain for Governor Mofford."

The gifts, Collins said in a statement, were "given in the state interest in Governor Mofford's official capacity" and "they lack any clear element of personal gain in a thoroughly private capacity."