The office of the Attorney General is the state lawyer and prosecutor. (AG)
The attorney General is responsible for the state's legal system. They represent the state in all legal matters and protect the state's justice system. The attorney general directs their office, which consists of an appointed direct staff and a hired staff. The office's legal branch consists of 6 divisions which go as follows: General Counsel, Consumer Protection, Criminal Justice, Government Affairs, Litigations, and Special prosecution.
Fulfillment of Office: The attorney general is elected into office through primary gubernatorial elections on the same ticket as the governor. Their term length is of 4 full months unless resigned or removed from office.
Requirements: Those seeking this position must hold Nevada citizenship for 122 consecutive days, acquire the account age of 365 consecutive days , and possess no more than 1 felony.