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1-11-1      General duties of attorney general.
1-11-1.1      Full-time service required--Private law practice prohibited.
1-11-2      Superseded.
1-11-3      Traveling expenses.
1-11-4      Assistant attorneys general--Appointment and compensation--Powers--Oath.
1-11-4.1      Division of Consumer Affairs created--Appointment of director.
1-11-4.2      Consumer and commercial affairs functions of attorney general.
1-11-5      Special assistants--Appointment and powers.
1-11-6      Register of actions prosecuted and defended--Proper books.
1-11-6.1      Antitrust special revenue fund created--Receipts.
1-11-6.2      Release of funds in special revenue fund.
1-11-6.3      Deposits into and disbursements from special revenue fund.
1-11-7      Investigations by attorney general--Authority and duty.
1-11-8      Request for Governor's consent to investigation--Denial.
1-11-9      Record of investigation.
1-11-10      Powers of attorney general in investigations.
1-11-11      Expense of investigations.
1-11-12      Annual report to Governor.
1-11-13      Costs of providing information--Reimbursement of attorney general.
1-11-14      Action for recovery on behalf of state--Consolidation of related cause of governmental entity.
1-11-15      Consolidation of legal services in state government.
1-11-16      Office of Internet Crimes Investigation transferred.
1-11-17      Statewide 24/7 sobriety program established.
1-11-18      Establishment of 24/7 sobriety fund.
1-11-19      Participation in 24/7 sobriety program--Testing locations and times.
1-11-20      Program participation as condition of bond or pre-trial release.
1-11-21      Program participation as condition of suspended sentence or probation.
1-11-22      Program participation as condition of child placement or return.
1-11-23      Program participation as condition of parole.
1-11-24      Promulgation of rules.
1-11-25      Distribution of 24/7 sobriety program fees.
1-11-25.1      Remittance of fees collected for 24/7 sobriety fund.
1-11-26      Fee for twice-a-day testing.
1-11-27      Fee for urinalysis testing.
1-11-28      Fee for drug patch.
1-11-29      Fee for electronic alcohol monitoring device or mobile breath alcohol testing.
1-11-30      Fee for ignition interlock device.
1-11-31      Time for payment of fees.
1-11-31.1      Sanctions for failure to pay fees for electronic alcohol monitoring device, ignition interlock device, or mobile breath alcohol testing.
1-11-32      24/7 sobriety program participation fee.
1-11-33      Annual review of 24/7 sobriety program fees and collection procedures.
1-11-34      Insurance Fraud Prevention Unit transferred.
1-11-35      Certain functions of State Brand Board transferred.

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