Find Essex County Massachusetts Attorney General, AG, OAG, State Attorney, and Solicitor General offices and locations. The office of the Attorney General provides information on state and federal government law enforcement, the department of justice, states attorney generals, marshals, orders and processes related to legal matters involving the United States government.
Massachusetts Attorney General Central Massachusetts Office 10 Mechanic Street Worcester MA 01608 54.4 miles from Essex County 508-792-7600
Rhode Island Attorney General Bureau Of Criminal Identification 150 South Main Street Providence RI 02903 63.0 miles from Essex County 401-274-4400
Massachusetts Attorney General Southeastern Massachusetts Office 105 William Street New Bedford MA 02740 69.7 miles from Essex County 508-990-9700
Massachusetts Attorney General Western Massachusetts Office 1350 Main Street Springfield MA 01103 95.6 miles from Essex County 413-784-1240
Connecticut Attorney General Child Protection Department 110 Sherman Street Hartford CT 06105 111.9 miles from Essex County 860-808-5540
Connecticut Attorney General Public Utilities Section 10 Franklin Square New Britain CT 06051 119.1 miles from Essex County 860-827-2620
Maine Attorney General Consumer Protection Division 7 State House Sta Augusta ME 04333 127.2 miles from Essex County 207-626-8520
New York Attorney General Poughkeepsie Regional Office 1 Civic Center Plaza Poughkeepsie NY 12601 169.7 miles from Essex County 845-485-3900
New York Attorney General Hauppauge Regional Office 300 Motor Parkway Hauppauge NY 11788 176.6 miles from Essex County 631-231-2401
New York Attorney General Plattsburgh Regional Office 43 Durkee Street Plattsburgh NY 12901 192.0 miles from Essex County 518-562-3282
New York Attorney General Pearl River Regional Office 1 Blue Hill Plaza Pearl River NY 10965 195.6 miles from Essex County 845-732-7550
New York Attorney General Brooklyn Regional Office 55 Hanson Place Fort Greene NY 11217 209.9 miles from Essex County 718-722-3949
Laws prohibit Attorneys General from representing private citizens. The Bar Association in most states will have a referral service for private citizens in need of an attorney.Does the Attorney General handle complaints about local law enforcement agencies?
No. Complaints about a county or local law enforcement agency should be directed to the Police Chief, Sheriff, or the Internal Affairs division of that agency. If complaints go unresolved, they can be directed to the elected legislators or mayor in the case of a city or town, or to the county commissioners in a county.Can the Attorney General's Office help me with questions about child support?
In many states, the Attorney General's Office represents the state agency for child support enforcement in certain proceedings. These states typically have a toll free number to call or website to visit for information on how to obtain help with child support issues.