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Delaware Department of Justice
Attorney General
Kathy Jennings

 Archived Posts From:  November 2012

Deputy Attorney General

Deputy Attorneys General positions become available on a regular basis in New Castle, Kent and Sussex Counties. Members of the Delaware Bar who are interested in public service are encouraged to submit their resumes for consideration as vacancies occur. For additional information and to submit a resume, please contact: The Delaware Department of Justice Human […]

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        Opening Date:  November 27, 2012 Closing Date:  November 30, 2012 ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST I, (Pay Grade 7)                          Criminal Division, Superior Court Unit, (Felony Trial) Kent County Job Responsibilities and Duties: This Administrative Specialist provides secretarial support to Deputy Attorneys General in the Criminal Division, Superior Court Unit in the Kent County office.  The incumbent organizes […]

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12-IIB12: RE: FOIA Opinion Letter to Ms. Margaret McKay re: FOIA Complaint Against Capital School District Board

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE Attorney General Opinion No. 12-IIB12 November 21, 2012 VIA EMAIL AND REGULAR MAIL Ms. Margaret McKay League of Women Voters of Delaware 2400 W. 17th Street Clash Wing, Room 1, Lower Level Wilmington, DE  19806 Re: FOIA Complaint Against Capital School District Board Dear Ms. […]

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Casual/Seasonal JOB OPENING

Opening Date:  November 19, 2012   Closing Date:  November 28, 2012 This is a Casual/Seasonal position (maximum of 37.5 hours work per week) without healthcare benefits.  Salary will be commensurate with experience.  This is a 12 month assignment.  While reappointment for an additional 12 months may be a possibility, neither the existence of the position […]

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Biden’s Office to Host Housing Workshops with Mortgage Lenders November 14 and 15

Wilmington – Attorney General Beau Biden announced today that several of the nation’s largest mortgage lenders will participate in workshops his office is organizing next week to help Delawareans at risk of losing their homes to foreclosure. Scheduled for November 14 in Georgetown and Milford and November 15 in New Castle, the workshops are offered […]

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Superior Court Sides With Attorney General’s Office In Freedom of Information Suit

Dover – Attorney General Beau Biden announced today that a Superior Court judge has granted his office’s demands that the Camden-Wyoming Sewer and Water Authority release records under the state’s Freedom of Information Act. The ruling, from Judge Robert Young, compels the authority to turn over its employee salary, overtime and benefits information. Judge Young […]

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12-IIB11: RE: FOIA Opinion Letter to Mr. Gerald A. Lechliter re: FOIA Petition Against City of Lewes

Petitioner alleged that the City Council of the City of Lewes had violated open meeting requirements at the January 11, 2010 Council meeting.

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