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- Jeffrey Mark Feltman (Assistant Attorney General III)
- Roy Allen Gilbert Sr. (Assistant Attorney General II)
- Terry Cameron Kaid (Senior Assistant Attorney General)
- Patricia Louise Llacsa (Attorney)
- Martha Jane Mandrell (Assistant Attorney General III)
- Kenton J. Owens (Assistant Attorney General II)
- Richard M. Rybak (Senior Assistant Attorney General)
- Aaron Lloyd Wright (Assistant Attorney General II)
- Ella Leonette York (Community Outreach Liaison)
601 South University Ave. Carbondale, IL 62901
State of Illinois, Office of the Attorney General (Main Office) 100 West Randolph Street Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 814-3000
State of Illinois, Office of the Attorney General 500 South Second Street Springfield, IL 62706 (217) 782-1090
State of Illinois, Office of the Attorney General Zeke Giorgi Center 200 South Wyman St. Suite 307 Rockford, IL 61101 (815) 967-3883
State of Illinois, Office of the Attorney General 1776 E. Washington St. Urbana, IL 61802 (217) 278-3366
State of Illinois, Office of the Attorney General 7906 S. Cottage Grove Ave. Chicago, IL 60619 (773) 488-2600
State of Illinois, Office of the Attorney General 628 Maine Street Quincy, IL 62301 (217) 223-2221
State of Illinois, Office of the Attorney General 201 West Pointe Drive Suite 7 Belleville, IL 62226 (618) 236-8616
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