Attorney General Greg Zoeller Sworn in for Second Term
INDIANAPOLIS – Today Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller was sworn in to a second term in office and said his work will continue to build upon relationships and coalitions with other branches and levels of government to ensure that consumers and the public are protected.
Zoeller in his inaugural speech said that senior deputy AGs in the Attorney General’s Office will assist legislators, state agencies, courts and law enforcement officials as needed on complex legal issues that arise within state government and the criminal justice system.
“My office will endeavor to serve the three coequal branches of government and build bridges between their separate authorities by convening a coalition of our clients in common purpose. Many of our challenges require each of the separate branches to cooperate and support each other’s efforts to address complex issues. We will strive to become a ‘force multiplier’ within government,” Zoeller said in his speech.
Surrounded by his family – his wife Kerrie Zoeller and their children Gretchen, Katherine and Michael Zoeller – the Attorney General was administered the oath by Indiana Chief Justice Brent Dickson during a swearing-in ceremony on the west steps of the Statehouse during the inauguration of new Governor Mike Pence and new Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann.