National Association of Attorneys General
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- If you are experiencing an emergency or require urgent legal advice or assistance, you should contact your local police department, a local attorney (search the American Bar Association), or your state's Attorney General. Full contact information for every Attorney General can be found on our Master List Of Attorneys General.
- If you feel that you have been a victim of consumer fraud or if you have a question about your rights under state law, you should contact your state's Attorney General. Full contact information for every Attorney General can be found on our Master List Of Attorneys General.
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