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Historical Resources for U.S. and State Law : Attorney General Opinions

Sources of historical federal and state cases, legislation and regulations, as well as books, journals and newspapers.

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What are Attorney General Opinions?

As the legal adviser to the executive officials of the government, the attorney general renders requested legal advice generally in the form of written opinions. Although these opinions are official statements of an executive officer, they are merely advisory statements and are not mandatory orders.

Federal Attorney General Opinions

State Attorney General Opinions