4 edition of Ask the Attorney General found in the catalog.
|Statement||Rourke Educational Media|
|Publishers||Rourke Educational Media|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
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"General" is a description of the type of attorney, not a title or rank in itself. Interested Parties: Input from other public officials, organizations, or associations representing public officials may be requested by this office prior to issuing an opinion. For the most up-to-date information about any U.
September 18, 2007 November 9, 2007 81 November 9, 2007 January 20, 2009 — Acting January 20, 2009 February 3, 2009 82 Acting United States Attorney General 2001 1997—2001 1993—1997 Judge of the 1988—1993 February 3, 2009 April 27, 2015 83 1999—2001, 2010—2015 Member of the Board of the 2003—2005 April 27, 2015 January 20, 2017 — Acting January 20, 2017 January 30, 2017 — Acting January 30, 2017 February 9, 2017 84 1997—2017 1995—1997 for the 1981—1993 February 9, 2017 November 7, 2018 — Acting November 7, 2018 February 14, 2019 85 2nd term 77th United States Attorney General 1991—1993 1990—1991 for the 1989—1990 February 14, 2019 December 23, 2020 — Acting December 24, 2020 January 20, 2021 — Acting January 20, 2021 March 11, 2021 86 Chief Judge Ask the Attorney General the 2013—2020 for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court 2016 Judge of the 1997—2021 March 11, 2021 Incumbent Living former U.
Sufficient elaboration should be provided so that it is not necessary to infer any aspect of the question or the situation on which it is based. does not have the authority to address complaints against private attorneys,• In one incident on a JetBlue flight from Miami to Los Angeles on Feb.
The following are examples of the kinds of questions the Attorney General may decline to address:• Bies at regarded it as an unresolved question. Paul, MN 55101 Please note that our Office is not authorized under Minnesota law to provide legal advice to or act on behalf of private individuals or organizations in Ask the Attorney General, individual legal matters—such as preparing a will, defending against a criminal or driving charge, handling a child support matter or divorce, adjudicating a landlord-tenant problem, or filing a personal lawsuit.
cannot represent citizens in private legal matters,• questions the official or agency has already acted on and is seeking to justify such as the expenditure of public funds or the adoption of an ordinance. questions pending before a court or administrative forum;• An Attorney General Opinion will not, therefore, be issued when the requesting party is not among the officers specified in section 16. The AG still has a major say in litigation strategy, but he makes decisions in consultation with the defendant.
Complaints filed there will be confidential. If you have a consumer complaint, please contact our Consumer Protection Division. The Certification shall be completed, signed, and submitted with the opinion request.
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