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Arizona Attorney General

Arizona Attorney General

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.

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

Arizona Attorneys General

Arizona Territory

*Granville Henderson Oury 1869
*J. E. McCaffry ca. 1872
*Clark Churchill 1884 - 1887
*Briggs Goodrich 1887 - 1888
*John A. Rush 1888 - 1889
*Clark Churchill 1889 - 1892
*William Herring 1892 - 1893
*John C. Herndon 1893
*Francis J. Heney 1893 - 1895
*Thomas D. Satterwhite 1895 - 1896
*J. F. Wilson 1896 - 1897
*C. M. Frazier 1898
*Charles F. Ainsworth 1898 - 1903
*Joseph H. Kibbey 1903 - 1905
*E. S. Clark 1905 - 1910
*John B. Wright 1910 - 1912

Arizona State

*George Purdy Bullard 1912 - 1915
*Wiley E. Jones 1915 - 1921
*W. J. Galbraith 1921 - 1923
*John W. Murphy 1923 - 1928
*K. Berry Peterson 1928 - 1933
*Arthur T. La Prade 1933 - 1935
*John L. Sullivan 1935 - 1937
*Joe Conway 1937 - 1944
*John L. Sullivan 1944 - 1948
*Evo Anton DeConcini 1948 - 1949, father of Dennis DeConcini
*Fred O. Wilson 1949 - 1953
*Ross F. Jones 1953 - 1955
*Robert Morrison 1955 - 1960
*Wade Church 1960 - 1961
*Robert Pickrell 1961 - 1965
*Darrell F. Smith 1965 - 1968
*Gary K. Nelson 1969 - 1974
*N. Warner Lee 1974 - 1975
*Bruce Babbitt 1975 - 1978, afterwards Governor and then US Secretary of the Interior
*John A. (“Jack”) LaSota, Jr. 1978 - 1979
*Bob Corbin 1979 - 1991
*Grant Woods 1991 - 1999
*Janet Napolitano 1999 - 2002, Governor of Arizona since 2002
*Terry Goddard 2002 -

ource

* [http://azmemory.lib.az.us/cdm4/browse.php?CISOROOT=/agopinions&CISOSORT=descri%7Cf&CISOSTART=1,1] Arizona Attorney General Opinions

External links

* [http://www.azag.gov/] Official website


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