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AGO Opinions with Topic: AUTHORITY TO BE APPOINTED DEPUTY SHERIFF IN AN ADJOINING COUNTY AND RECEIVE COMPENSATION FOR HIS WORK WHILE STILL SHERIFF
AGO 1959 No. 29 >  April 16, 1959
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTY - SHERIFF - AUTHORITY TO BE APPOINTED DEPUTY SHERIFF IN AN ADJOINING COUNTY AND RECEIVE COMPENSATION FOR HIS WORK WHILE STILL SHERIFF - RESIDENCE REQUIREMENT OF DEPUTY SHERIFF
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTY - SHERIFF - AUTHORITY TO BE APPOINTED DEPUTY SHERIFF IN AN ADJOINING COUNTY AND RECEIVE COMPENSATION FOR HIS WORK WHILE STILL SHERIFF - RESIDENCE REQUIREMENT OF DEPUTY... (1)  A deputy sheriff with a regular commission must be a resident of the county in which he holds such commission. (2)  An elected sheriff may not be appointed a regular deputy sheriff in another county; if he is so appointed he is a de facto officer and is not entitled to compensation from the appointing authority.
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