What does the Attorney General's Office do?

Published 12/14/2009 08:00 AM   |    Updated 12/21/2009 12:53 PM
What does the Attorney General's Office do?
The Indiana Attorney General is the attorney for the State of Indiana. The Office represents the State of Indiana in cases involving the state's interest and provides legal defense to state officials or agencies in court, advises the Governor, members of the Legislature, other state officials, and county prosecutors on legal issues, gives formal legal advisory opinions on constitutional or legal questions at the request of designated public officials and represents teachers in court in school discipline lawsuits where they were acting within their school policy.
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