Skip Navigation LinksGeorgia General Assembly > Legislation
Skip navigation links
House Calendars
Senate Calendars
House Daily
Senate Daily
Senate Privileged Resolutions
Advanced Search
House First Readers
Senate First Readers
House Prefiles
Senate Prefiles
Signed by Governor
Georgia Code
General Statutes Summary
House Votes
Senate Votes
Display Legislation 
Georgia General Assembly > Legislation
This information is not for the current session!
2009-2010 Regular Session - HB 1477
Attorney General; if fail to represent state in court; Governor designate counsel; provide
Sponsored By
First Reader Summary
A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Article 4 of Chapter 15 of Title 45 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to provision of counsel for public officers and public bodies when the Attorney General fails to provide regular counsel, so as to provide that if the Attorney General refuses or fails to represent the state in a criminal or civil case in any court when required by the Governor, then the Governor is authorized to designate legal counsel to represent the state in such case; to provide for payment of legal fees and court costs; to provide for related matters; to provide an effective date; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.
Status History
Mar/31/2010 - House Second Readers
Mar/30/2010 - House First Readers
Mar/26/2010 - House Hopper