2010 Florida Statutes
Assisting Attorney General.
Assisting Attorney General.—
In addition to the duties now imposed upon the several state attorneys of this state, by statute, they shall assist the Attorney General in the preparation and presentation of all appeals to the Supreme Court, from the circuit court of their respective circuits, of all cases, civil or criminal, in which the state is a party.
s. 1, ch. 5399, 1905; RGS 3008; CGL 4742.