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AGO 1953 No. 46 >  May 18, 1953
CITY ATTORNEY - PARTNERS - DEFENSE OF CLIENT PROSECUTED BY CITY ATTORNEY - APPEARANCE BEFORE CITY COUNCIL - CITIES OF THIRD CLASS
CITY ATTORNEY ‑- PARTNERS ‑- DEFENSE OF CLIENT PROSECUTED BY CITY ATTORNEY ‑- APPEARANCE BEFORE CITY COUNCIL ‑- CITIES OF THIRD CLASS.

 1. Partner of city attorney in third class city cannot defend person prosecuted by city attorney. 2. Partner of city attorney in third class city may appear before city council, but not if partner and city attorney contend for opposite positions.

AGO 1953 No. 82 >  July 9, 1953
CITY ATTORNEY - THIRD CLASS CITIES - LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR MILITARY SERVICE - STATUS OF SUCCESSOR
CITY ATTORNEY ‑- THIRD CLASS CITIES ‑- LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR MILITARY SERVICE ‑- STATUS OF SUCCESSOR Where the duly elected city attorney of a third class city is called into military service and granted a leave of absence his office is not vacant.  The person appointed acting city attorney holds office at the pleasure of the mayor.
AGLO 1975 No. 85 >  October 3, 1975
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - CITIES AND TOWNS - POLICE CHIEF - CITY ATTORNEY
PROSECUTION OF MUNICIPAL OFFENSES A chief of police or town marshal of a fourth class town may not act as his own prosecuting attorney by prosecuting a drunk driving case without the aid or assistance or appearance of the town attorney at the time of trial in the town municipal court.
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