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Who is the state Attorney General for North Carolina?

Who is the state Attorney General for North Carolina?

Josh Stein (Democratic Party)Since 2017
North Carolina/Attorney general
Josh Stein was sworn in as North Carolina’s 50th Attorney General on January 1, 2017. The Attorney General is elected by the people of North Carolina every four years as the state’s top law enforcement officer and top lawyer.

How do I contact the NC Attorney General’s office?

North Carolina Attorney General’s Office: Josh Stein

  1. Address 114 W Edenton St. Raleigh, NC 27603.
  2. Phone (919) 716-6400 Attorney General Josh Stein Office.
  3. Phone 877-566-7226 Consumer Protection.

What does the NC commissioner of insurance do?

Under state law, the Insurance Commissioner serves as State Fire Marshal. From training fire and rescue personnel, to helping improve building codes, to awarding grants to fire and rescue departments for equipment, OSFM plays a vital role in protecting lives and property in North Carolina.

Has North Carolina had Republican attorney general?

James H. Carson Jr., 1974–1975 (Republican) Rufus L. Edmisten, 1975–1985 (Democratic)

How to get ethics advice from the NC Bar?

After consulting the Rules of Professional Conduct and the relevant ethics opinions, if you continue to have questions about your professional responsibility, any lawyer may request informal advice from the ethics department of the State Bar by calling (919) 828-4620 or by emailing [email protected]

Where can I get free legal aid in NC?

Legal Aid Of North Carolina, Inc. — Wilmington Office P.O. Box 814 Wilmington NC Zipcode: 28402 Phone: (910)763`6207 Fax: (910)343`8894 Return from Free Legal Aid North Carolina to Home page.

Who is the Attorney General of North Carolina?

Attorney General Josh Stein and Associate Justice Anita Earls, co-chairs of the North Carolina Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice, delivered the Task Force’s reccomendations report to Gov. Roy Cooper. Click below for the full report. Resources, tips, and information related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.

Is there such a thing as legal advice?

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After consulting the Rules of Professional Conduct and the relevant ethics opinions, if you continue to have questions about your professional responsibility, any lawyer may request informal advice from the ethics department of the State Bar by calling (919) 828-4620 or by emailing [email protected]

What are the rules of Professional Conduct in NC?

Rules of Professional Conduct All North Carolina lawyers must follow a code of ethics called the Rules of Professional Conduct. Ethics opinions are issued by the NC State Bar Council to provide ethical guidance to North Carolina lawyers and to establish principles of ethical conduct.

Do you need an attorney for a real estate closing in NC?

The North Carolina State Bar has interpreted the state’s unauthorized practice of law statutes as prohibiting a non-attorney from handling a residential real estate closing (Authorized Practice Advisory Opinion 2002-1) (APAO 2002-1). However, an attorney need not be physically present at the closing (2002 Formal Ethics Opinion 9 (02 FEO 9)).

Attorney General Josh Stein and Associate Justice Anita Earls, co-chairs of the North Carolina Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice, delivered the Task Force’s reccomendations report to Gov. Roy Cooper. Click below for the full report. Resources, tips, and information related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.