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In sending this complaint, I understand that the Attorney General cannot answer legal questions or give legal advice to me and cannot act as my personal lawyer. I also understand that the Bureau of Children’s Justice will not intervene in an ongoing removal, custody, or other type of proceeding. I also understand that the Attorney General may need to refer my complaint to a more appropriate agency.