According to the AG's office, many people do not even know they have unclaimed property.
The Indiana ACLU says immigration is a federal, not state matter.
Protesters organized using Facebook and Twitter updates.
Zoeller supports the rehearing of a Supreme Court decision denying a person the right to resist a law enforcement official’s unlawful entry into their home.
The bulk of proceeds from criminals' seized assets will continue to go into the common school fund.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is supporting a bill that will make it much more difficult for telemarketers to reach you on your cell phone.
A panel convened by Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has begun to look at ways the state could save money on death penalty cases.
The Indiana Attorney General’s office has filed suit against a single Indianapolis resident who’s accused of breaking the state’s Do Not Call law.
In the second of a series of talks with Indiana politicians this in, an election year, Stan Jastrzebski talks with Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller.
While Indiana AG's office spends heavily to promote its database of $350 million of unclaimed assets, the state actually makes money from the enterprise.