(1) Prosecuting attorney is not legally authorized to appoint a special deputy who is a nonresident of the county to assist him either before a grand jury or in trying a criminal case. (2) The attorney general is not legally authorized to appoint a special assistant attorney general to assist a prosecuting attorney in proceedings before a grand jury.
AGO 1959 NO. 6 > Feb 3 1959
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- ATTORNEY GENERAL ‑- AUTHORITY TO APPOINT SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO ASSIST PROSECUTING ATTORNEY BEFORE GRAND JURY