Attorney General

Attorney General's Opinion 1990 #009

Booking photos and mug shots are official records that must be disclosed.

Attorney General's Opinion 1990 #008

The two members of a seven-member board, and the two members of a seven-member council, joining to discuss mutual governmental business are both committees and must comply with FOIA's meeting procedures.

Attorney General's Opinion 1989 #016

Agency not exempt from FOIA; closed-door discussion not covered by FOIA exemption

Attorney General's Opinion 1989 #017

University library not required to disclose; titles of books checked out, references questions asked, bibliographies prepared by staff by request, nor must the titles of books ordered by faculty.

Attorney General's Opinion 1989 #013

Public body not required to compile a record, but must notify the requester within the required time.

Attorney General's Opinion 1989 #012

FOI provision for reasonable fees can't include charges for a public employee to be present during review of records

Attorney General's Opinion 1987-88 #033A

Inmates' medical records need not be disclosed absent authorization from the inmate himself or herself.

Attorney General's Opinion 1987-88 #035

Settlement agreements may be memoranda, working papers or records prepared specifically for use in litigation - need not be disclosed.

Attorney General's Opinion 1987-88 #030

A city/county attorney's itemized billing statement is an official record and must be disclosed to the extend it does not reveal confidential communication, or ongoing criminal investigation matters, or some other information that may be exempt. Reasonable charge for deletions may be made

Attorney General's Opinion 1987-88 #236

Planning districts are public bodies. Advisory committees and subcommittees of a planning district are subject to FOIA.

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