The Oklahoma Attorney General serves as the chief law officer of the state of Oklahoma.
For state government, the attorney general serves as legal counsel to boards, commissions and agencies and issues legal opinions when requested by authorized petitioners.
The office is dedicated to defending the state constitution, challenges to state laws, the legislature and governor's office.
The attorney general protects Oklahomans by enforcing consumer protection and crime victim laws. The office is also responsible to holding utility companies accountable to ensure rates consumers pay are not higher than they need to be.
The office is comprised of six divisions and 12 units dedicated to upholding its mission.
Learn more about each division and unit within the office.