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Paralegal Work in a DA office of Attorney General's Office

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In a state's attorney general's office, the paralegals may be assigned to either the criminal or civil division. The attorney general (state's attorney) represents the public and the state in cases involving consumer protection, tenants and homeowners, energy and utility services, environmental protection, civil rights, protection of workers, protection of investors, regulation of charities and trusts, and criminal investigations and prosecutions.

Attorney General's Office

In a state's attorney general's office, the paralegals may be assigned to either the criminal or civil division. The attorney general (state's attorney) represents the public and the state in cases involving consumer protection, tenants and homeowners, energy and utility services, environmental protection, civil rights, protection of workers, protection of investors, regulation of charities and trusts, and criminal investigations and prosecutions.

This office defends the state's laws and public policies, represents state agencies and officials in prisoner- related litigation, claims and collections, and in taxation and revenue issues. Legal assistants working in the attorney general's office can be assigned a variety of job duties.

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