2012 Formal Opinions
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Martin R. Libbin, Judicial Branch, Formal Opinion 2012-006, Attorney General State of Connecticut
An opinion on whether a city sheriff is a proper officer for service of support enforcement capias.
Chairman Peter R. Blum, Retirement Commission, Formal Opinion 2012-008, Attorney General State of Connecticut
You have requested this office's opinion regarding the proper construction of statutory language governing disability retirements under the Connecticut Municipal Retirement System ("CMERS").
Honorable Ronald F. Angelo, Jr.,Commissioner DECD, Formal Opinion 2012-005, Attorney General State of Connecticut
You requested a legal opinion on whether a Connecticut municipal housing authority is authorized to act as the housing authority for the State.
Honorable Senator John McKinney, Formal Opinion 2012-002, State of Connecticut Attorney General
You have requested from this Office's opinion regarding whether the State Teachers' Retirement Board possesses legal authority to "bill" a member of the Teachers' Retirement System
Peter J. Martin, Chairperson, State Marshal Commission, Formal Opinion 2012-003, State of Connecticut Attorney General
You have asked this Office's opinion regarding the application of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution to the work of State Marshals serving civil capia warrants
Peter J. Martin, Chairperson, State Marshall Commission, Formal Opinion 2012-004, State of Connecticut Attorney General
You have asked this Office's opinion about whether the State Marshall Commission may require a State Marshall to comploywith the Commissioner's policies
Susan Herbst, President, UCONN Gulley Hall, Formal Opinion 2012-007, Attorney General State of Connecticut
Opinion concerning State of Connecticut's responsible for lease payments by University of Connecticut Health Center