CHAPTER 82 - LICENSING OF ATTORNEYS CHAPTER 84 - UNAUTHORIZED ATTORNEY COMPENSATION
CHAPTER 42 - STATE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY CHAPTER 43 - DISTRICT ATTORNEYS CHAPTER 44 - CRIMINAL DISTRICT ATTORNEYS CHAPTER 45 - COUNTY ATTORNEYS
PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS DISTRICT ATTORNEYS The district attorney, assistant district attorneys, and investigators employed by the district attorney (c) At the request of the county attorney, the district attorney may assist the county attorney in the (g) At the request of the county attorney, the district attorney may assist the county attorney in civil
PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS COUNTY ATTORNEYS attorney. (c) At the request of the district attorney, the county attorney may assist the district attorney in (g) At the request of the district attorney, the county attorney may assist the district attorney in
PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS CRIMINAL DISTRICT ATTORNEYS and county attorneys. and county attorneys. district attorneys.
ATTORNEYS LICENSING OF ATTORNEYS FOREIGN ATTORNEYS. OATH OF ATTORNEY. ATTORNEY CONDUCT
APPOINTMENTS OF ATTORNEYS AD LITEM, GUARDIANS AD LITEM, MEDIATORS, AND GUARDIANS (3) an attorney ad litem, guardian ad litem, amicus attorney, or mediator appointed under a domestic LISTS OF ATTORNEYS AD LITEM, GUARDIANS AD LITEM, MEDIATORS, AND GUARDIANS. (1) a list of all attorneys who are qualified to serve as an attorney ad litem and are registered with (2) a list of all attorneys and other persons who are qualified to serve as a guardian ad litem and
DURABLE POWERS OF ATTORNEY REMOVAL OF ATTORNEY IN FACT OR AGENT (1) any person named as a successor attorney in fact or agent in a durable power of attorney; or power of attorney if the court finds that the successor attorney in fact or agent is willing to accept (1) that the attorney in fact or agent has breached the attorney in fact's or agent's fiduciary duties
The President shall appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, 11 Assistant Attorneys General, who shall assist the Attorney General in the performance of his duties.
The Attorney General may appoint attorneys to assist United States attorneys when the public interest so requires, including the appointment of qualified tribal prosecutors and other qualified attorneys Each attorney appointed under this section is subject to removal by the Attorney General.
The Attorney General may appoint one or more assistant United States attorneys in any district when Each assistant United States attorney is subject to removal by the Attorney General.
The total remuneration paid to all agents, attorneys-at-law or in fact, or representatives, for services with the settlement of all claims payable from the fund from which an award is payable, any agent, attorney-at-law
The President shall appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, a United States attorney Each United States attorney shall be appointed for a term of four years. On the expiration of his term, a United States attorney shall continue to perform the duties of his office Each United States attorney is subject to removal by the President.