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Indiana Code Title 34. Civil Law and Procedure § 34-13-3-15

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Sec. 15. Except as provided in section 20 of this chapter, the attorney general:

(1) shall advise the governor concerning the desirability of compromising or settling a claim or suit brought against the state or its employees;

(2) shall perfect a compromise or settlement which is made by the governor;

(3) shall submit to the governor on or before January 31 of each year a report concerning the status of each claim or suit pending against the state as of January 1 of that year;  and

(4) shall defend, as chief counsel, the state and state employees as required under IC 4-6-2.  However, the attorney general may employ other counsel to aid in defending or settling those claims or suits.

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