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On 9 August, the Attorney General requested the Chief Justcie to appoint a three-member trial-at-bar at the Colombo High Court to hear the case on the abduction and disappearance of journalist and cartoonist Prageeth Eknaligoda.
Says attorney general's action is 'against the rules'
"Implementation of this document will give a powerful momentum to development of bilateral cooperation through the exchange of information and best practices in the legal field," the Uzbek Attorney General's Office said.
Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed inquired whether it was the government or the attorney general whose stance had changed.
He said that former attorney general declared the voluntarily returning money got through corruption as against the constitution but the incumbent attorney general has the different standpoint.
Warren Petersen of Gilbert said that the measure simply clarifies what it means for the attorney general to "approve" ballot language that's written by election officials at the Secretary of State's Office in a way that supports a controversial action taken by one of Attorney General Mark Brnovich's top aides in 2018.
He was also very resourceful in executing tasks given by the minister to the Attorney General's Chambers,' said permanent secretary in the ministry of Defence, Justice and Security, Ms Segakweng Tsiane.
ISLAMABAD -- A writ petition challenging the appointment of 104 law officers as additional attorney generals, deputy attorney generals and assistant attorney generals has been moved before the Islamabad High Court.
The deputy attorney general responded,' The AGP is in Lahore.
WASHINGTON, Nov 7 (KUNA) -- US Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned from his post on Wednesday, at the request of President Donald Trump.
Democratic candidate for attorney general Justin Nelson said Thursday that it should be considered a disgrace that Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is running for re-election despite being indicted in 2015 on securities fraud charges.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is leading a coalition of 11 Democratic state attorneys general seeking information about "no-poach" agreements meant to block employees from leaving one fast food franchise to work for another franchise in the same chain.<br />Healey says Monday the agreements limit the ability of low-wage workers to seek promotions and earn a better living.<br />The attorneys general say 80 percent of fast food franchisors have no-poach agreements.<br />The attorneys general have sent a letter to Arby's, Burger King, Dunkin' Donuts, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Little Caesars, Panera Bread, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen and Wendy's seeking copies of franchise agreements by Aug.