The Office of the Attorney General provides legal advice and representation to most of the state's major departments, boards, commissions, authorities, officials and institutions. The office further represents the State of Iowa in state administrative law and Iowa District Court matters, the Iowa Court of Appeals, the Iowa Supreme Court, lower Federal courts and the U.S. Supreme Court.

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ARC 3068C

ARC 2979C

  • Statement of property owner’s rights, 34.1
  • Published on 3/15/2017
  • 82 Views
  • Adopted and Filed

ARC 2877C

ARC 1889C

  • Victim services support program, 9.50 to 9.57, 9.59 to 9.65
  • Published on 3/4/2015
  • 346 Views , 0 Comments
  • Notice of Intended Action

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Attorney General

The Attorney General is the State of Iowa's chief legal officer. The Attorney General has general charge, supervision and direction of the state's legal business. The Attorney General is elected every four years.