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COUNTY ATTORNEYS DO?
County attorneys are elected by the people to fulfill two main purposes: prosecute people who commit any state public offense and county criminal offense within their county, and act as civil legal representation and offer legal advice on behalf of the county and its officials. But this isn't all they do. Learn more by watching the video below.
Fun fact: Salt Lake County has a District Attorney instead of a County Attorney.
Other County Elected Roles