Arizona Attorney General

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The Arizona Attorney General is the chief legal officer of the state of Arizona, in the United States. It is an independent, constitutionally mandated office, elected by the people of the state to a four-year term.

A current Assistant Attorney General with the Arizona Attorney General's Office by the name of Kenneth Love threatened his former tenant with a shovel over the tenant's failure to pay rent thus Mr. Love was charged with a misdemeanor complaint in Municipal Court, City of Phoenix[1]

The Attorney General’s Office is the largest law office in Arizona, with approximately 400 attorneys and 1,000 employees. The Attorney General's Office is divided into the following departments:

  • Executive Office
  • Solicitor General
  • Administrative Operations
  • Child and Family Protection
  • Civil
  • Civil Rights
  • Criminal
  • Public Advocacy
  • Special Investigations Section

Arizona Attorneys General[edit]

Arizona Territory[edit]

State of Arizona[edit]

References[edit]

  • [1] Arizona Attorney General Opinions

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