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No, Nebraska Rev. Statute § 23-1206.01 prohibits the County Attorney’s office from providing legal advice in private legal matters. Members of the general public must contact a private attorney regarding questions involving such legal matters. For specific questions regarding individual county agencies, you may contact the agency directly by telephone or by accessing our website.
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The civil division is responsible for advising and representing all county elected and appointed officials on legal issues that arise by virtue of their job duties, including the following officials:
The civil division practices in numerous areas of law including the following:
No, Nebraska Rev. Statute §23-1206.01 prohibits the County Attorney, deputy county attorneys, or any employees of the County Attorney from referring any legal matter to a particular lawyer.