Updated: February 20 2018

Colorado - Attorney General

As chief legal counsel to state government, the Attorney General is responsible for protecting the public interest, but does not serve as legal counsel or adviser to individual citizens. The Attorney General’s Office is neither authorized nor able to provide legal advice, interpretation or counsel to private citizens.

The Attorney General’s Office provides general legal information on its web site as a courtesy to Colorado citizens and endeavors to respond to citizen inquiries on general questions of law when it is possible to do so. However, the information provided on the Web site and any answers to questions from citizen inquiries are intended as general statements about the law and are not intended to serve as legal advice for any personal or specific situations. In no event should any information provided on this web site, use of such information, or information otherwise provided in response to specific citizen inquiries be considered to establish an attorney-client relationship with the Attorney General’s Office.

If you desire a legal opinion relating to a specific situation, we recommend contacting a private attorney.  In some cases, your communication may be forwarded directly to the business or applicable law enforcement agencies. 

To protect your privacy, we strongly recommend that you remove all personal confidential information, such as Social Security numbers, bank account and credit card numbers, and medical information from copies of any documents you include with your communication to our office.

Primary Address

Colorado - Attorney General
Office of the Attorney General
Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center
1300 Broadway, 10th Floor
Denver, CO 80203
Phone: (720) 508-6000
Web: http://www.coloradoattorneygeneral.gov/

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