FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 3, 2013
AG STRANGE ISSUES 2012 YEAR-IN-REVIEW ONLINE
(MONTGOMERY)—Attorney General Luther Strange is sharing highlights of his office’s activities last year through the online publication of The Alabama Attorney General’s 2012 Year-in-Review.
“It is with great pride that I unveil my second Year-in-Review since I became Attorney General in 2011,” he stated. “As part of my continuing commitment to enforce the rule of law and do what is right for the people of Alabama, my office and our outstanding legal and professional staff are very proud of the many accomplishments we have had during 2012.”
Attorney General Strange said, “From cracking down on government corruption, to protecting consumers from mortgage fraud, to keeping our streets safe through the passage of legislation to combat looting, synthetic drugs and metal theft, to protecting our law enforcement officers, we have strived each day to be the best public law firm in the country.” The report reviews the Attorney General’s actions to hold BP and other defendants accountable for the disaster to the Gulf Coast in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill case, a major cooperative initiative among state agencies to fight public corruption through the Attorney General’s Special Prosecutions Alliance, and numerous other events.
In order to conserve resources and to make the report as widely available as possible for the citizens of Alabama, the Attorney General’s 2012 Year-In-Review is being provided electronically, and may be viewed at the following link on the Attorney General’s webpage: http://www.ago.alabama.gov/Page-Year-In-Review.