AR: Attorney General’s Opinions

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If you are looking to see how the Arkansas state lawyers advise state agencies, check out today’s State Agency Database Highlight:

Attorney General, Office of

  • Opinions Attorney General is charged by statute with the responsibility of providing written legal opinions requested by state officials. The purpose of the Opinions Department is to assist in fulfilling this statutory duty by preparing drafts of formal, written opinions. While opinions of the Attorney General do not constitute binding law or precedent, they do provide a significant source of legal interpretation, often with respect to questions that have not been addressed elsewhere. The database provides full text searching. The user may also enter, category, requestor name, date of release or opinion number.

The opinions go back to 1991.

The Arkansas page of State Agency Databases Across the Fifty States is maintained by Mary Brewer.

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