May 15, 2018
Feb 26, 2018 - Mar 09, 2018
The Attorney General of Idaho is the state government's chief legal officer and its primary legal counsel. The attorney general represents the state in legal matters, delivers official legal opinions to state agencies and the legislature, and investigates and prosecutes certain types of serious crime. In Idaho, the attorney general is elected to four-year terms in federal midterm election years and is not restricted by term limits. The attorney general acts as the state's primary legal counsel. He represents Idaho in legal matters and issues formal legal opinions on policy issues to state agencies and the state legislature. The attorney general's office also runs a variety of programs to reduce types of serious crime, including child sexual abuse, Medicaid fraud and others. The salary for this position is $107,100/year.
Submit application to:
Idaho Secretary of State's Office, 700 W Jefferson, Boise, ID, 83702, US