Indiana Attorney General
|Indiana Attorney General|
Seal of the Attorney General
|Term length||Four years|
|Constituting instrument||Constitution of Indiana|
|First holder||James Morrison|
The Indiana Attorney General is the chief legal officer of the State of Indiana in the United States. Attorneys General are chosen by a statewide general election to serve for a four-year term. The forty-third and current[update] Attorney General is Curtis Hill.
The annual salary of the Attorney General of Indiana is $97,201.78.
List of Indiana Attorneys General
|Attorney General||Political Party||Term of Service|
|John Rice Jones||1808–1816|
Under the 1816 Constitution of Indiana the office of Attorney General was filled by appointment. After the adoption of the 1851 constitution, the office was filled by popular election.
- "Information Maintained by the Office of Code Revision Indiana Legislative Services Agency". State of Indiana. 2008-11-22. Retrieved 2008-11-23.
- See http://www.in.gov/library/3239.htm, a list of historic Attorneys General compiled by staff of the Indiana State Library.
- Indiana Attorney General official website
- Indiana Attorney General articles at Legal Newsline Legal Journal
- Indiana Attorney General articles at ABA Journal
- News and Commentary at FindLaw
- Indiana Code at Law.Justia.com
- U.S. Supreme Court Opinions - "Cases with title containing: State of Indiana" at FindLaw
- Indiana State Bar Association
- National Association of Attorneys General - Curtis T. Hill
- Press releases at Indiana Attorney General