The Attorney General is the State's chief legal officer and chief law enforcement officer. The Attorney General acts as the State's lawyer in all civil and criminal cases in the Supreme Court, and is responsible for the general supervision of all criminal law enforcement in the State of New Hampshire.
There are two primary Divisions within the Office of the Attorney General.
Other functional units within the Department of Justice include the Charitable Trusts Unit; the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner; the Office of Victim/Witness Assistance; the Victims' Compensation Program; the Drug Task Force; Grants Management Unit; and the Medicaid Fraud Unit.
New Hampshire Department of Justice | 33 Capitol Street | Concord, NH | 03301