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Attorney-General's Department South Australia
115 Cavan Road, Gepps Cross SA 5094
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The Attorney-General is the state’s principal legal advisor to the government and responsible for the administration of justice. The Attorney-General is a member of Cabinet and responsible for:
- specific legislation and the state's legal system
- developing and implementing policy
- legal action relevant to the state government.
The Attorney-General is unable to comment on decisions or matters presented in court and does not provide legal advice to members of the public.