Tennessee District Attorney General
There is a elected District Attorney General for each of the state's 31 judicial districts. Each District Attorney General serves a eight year term.
Campaign finance discipline
If a person feels that someone violated Tennessee campaign finance law, the first step is to file a complaint with the the Tennessee Registry of Election Finance. All complaints must be sworn complaints under Tennessee law. The registry of election finance forwards all complaints to the Tennessee District Attorney General for investigation regardless if its civil or criminal law violations. Any person who submits a false complaint or for the purpose of harassing someone must pay the affected candidate all usual and necessary attorneys fees.
- ↑ Tennessee District Attorney General's Conference "About Us"
- ↑ Tennessee Secretary of State "Tennessee Campaign Finance Disclosure Law"(Referenced Statute 2-10-108(c), Tennessee Code)
- ↑ Tennessee Secretary of State "Tennessee Campaign Finance Disclosure Law"(Referenced Statute 2-10-109(b)1, Tennessee Code)
- ↑ Tennessee Secretary of State "Tennessee Campaign Finance Disclosure Law"(Referenced Statute 2-10-108(d), Tennessee Code)
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