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AGO 1984 No. 23 >  September 7, 1984
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - ATTORNEY GENERAL - WASHINGTON STATE PATROL
LEGAL COUNSEL FOR STATE PATROL The Washington State Patrol does not have statutory authority to employ an attorney to serve as legal adviser to the Patrol, instead of obtaining legal advice and representation from the Office of the Attorney General
AGO 1959 No. 6 >  February 3, 1959
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - ATTORNEY GENERAL
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- ATTORNEY GENERAL ‑- AUTHORITY TO APPOINT SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO ASSIST PROSECUTING ATTORNEY BEFORE GRAND JURY (1)  Prosecuting attorney is not legally authorized to appoint a special deputy who is a nonresident of the county to assist him either before a grand jury or in trying a criminal case. (2)  The attorney general is not legally authorized to appoint a special assistant attorney general to assist a prosecuting attorney in proceedings before a grand jury.
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