State's Attorney

State's Attorneys serve as legal counsel and advisor to the county. They represent the state in criminal cases acting as prosecutor. State's Attorneys provide guidance to county commissioners and officials in interpreting the meaning of the N.D. Century Code and legislation.

As "open meetings" and "open records" questions are among the most frequently asked of State's Attorneys, we offer the link below as an excellent resource for those questions, courtesy of the ND Attorney General's Office: