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To provide legal advice, and act as the County’s civil counsel, not to prosecute criminal matters.
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The County as an organization, its Board of County Commissioners and its appointed and elected officials.
No, the obligation is to work with the County Appraiser, Clerk and Treasurer to advise them regarding appropriate assessment, legal collection, and representation before administrative bodies and courts.