Request: Did the Office of Attorney General violate the open records law by unreasonably delaying access to records?
Conclusion: The Office of Attorney General received a request for records via the US Postal Service, which was date stamped on the day it was received at the Office. The same day, the Public Information Officer responded by mailing the requested records and directing the requester to the Office of Attorney General website to access additional responsive records.
Responding to a request for records on the same day it is received is not an unreasonable delay. 2017-O-09