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28 November, 09:54

27.

Whose job is it to offer legal representation for a state?

A. the Lieutenant Governor

B.

the Clerk

C. the Attorney General

D. the Governor

E. the State Treasurer

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  1. 28 November, 11:47
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    D. The attorney General

    Explanation:

    The state attorney general is present in each of the 50 US states. They are the chief law enforcement officer and legal adviser to the state governments. They also serve as the head of the department of justice in some states. Their responsibility is similar to the US department of Justice. Currently there are 26 democrats and 24 republican attorney generals. While in the five populated territories and district of Columbia there are four democrats and 2 independent attorney general.
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