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AGO Opinions with Topic: APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY CORONERS IN CERTAIN COUNTIES
AGO 1972 No. 1 >  January 10, 1972
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTY - CORONER - PROSECUTING ATTORNEY - APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY CORONERS IN CERTAIN COUNTIES
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY ‑- CORONER ‑- PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ‑- APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY CORONERS IN CERTAIN COUNTIES (1) A prosecuting attorney of a fourth through ninth class county, in his separate capacity as county coroner under RCW 36.16.030, may appoint one or more deputy coroners with the consent of his board of county commissioners.(2) The compensation of any persons so appointed as deputy coroners is to be fixed by the board of county commissioners.(3) There is no legal requirement that a person appointed to serve as a deputy county coroner in a fourth class county be admitted to the practice of law in this state.
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