Government Retention of Personal Injury Lawyers: H 3375 (2011).

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A circuit solicitor may employ outside counsel, in his discretion,


A circuit solicitor may employ outside counsel, in his discretion, without approval of the Attorney General, for civil forfeiture proceedings arising from criminal activity or from estreatment of bail bonds. In any other matter, the circuit solicitor must obtain written approval of the Attorney General prior to retaining counsel to or filing a civil cause of action.

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