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How is the Civil Grand Jury organized?

The Presiding Judge of the Superior Court designates the foreperson to preside over all proceedings of the Grand Jury. The newly formed Grand Jury body selects the following officers to conduct general business: foreperson pro-tem, secretary, secretary pro-tem, sergeant-at-arms, sergeant-at-arms pro-tem, and parliamentarian. The County Counsel is the county's principal attorney for civil matters. The County Counsel provides legal services for the county's business affairs. A Deputy County Counsel is assigned as the legal advisor to assist the grand jury in providing advice on legal questions. In situations where the County Counsel has a conflict of interest, the grand jury may then seek legal advice from the State Attorney General.

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