The office responsible for representing the government in criminal or civil cases. The office may have various names, including the public prosecutor, or prosecutor general.
prosecutor; prosecutor general; public prosecutor
- Does the constitution provide for an attorney general or public prosecutor responsible for representing the government in criminal or civil cases?
- Who is involved in the nomination of the attorney general?
- Who is involved in the approval of the attorney general?
- What are the details of the process for selecting the attorney general?
- What is the maximum term length for the attorney general?
- What restrictions are in place regarding the number of terms the attorney general may serve?
- What is the minimum age limit for eligibility to serve as attorney general?
- What additional restrictions does the constitution place on becoming the attorney general?