About the Office
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is the state's chief legal officer. His office represents the state in cases involving the state's interest, provides legal defense to state officials or agencies in court, and gives formal legal advisory opinions on constitutional or legal questions to state officials.
The Office of the Attorney General is organized into eight divisions. These include: Appeals Division, Advisory Division, Unclaimed Property Division, Consumer Protection Division, Litigation Division, Complex Litigation Division, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, and Solicitor General Division.