May 14, 2022
Dec 01, 2021 - Mar 01, 2022
The Attorney General of Nebraska is the chief representative for legal matters of for the state of Nebraska. The attorney general is separated into the civil litigation bureau, criminal bureau, legal services bureau and the public protection bureau. The duties and authority of the office are derived from the state constitution, statutory enactments and common law. Some of the general duties of the office of the attorney general include: to uphold and defend the Constitution and laws of the State of Nebraska; to achieve a higher level of public safety and security by promoting vigorous prosecution of murderers, drug dealers, child abusers and other criminals; to promote stronger law enforcement and reform in criminal procedure and criminal law; provide skilled assistance to local prosecutors in highly technical or complex cases involving murder, illegal drugs and the prosecution of child sexual abuse; prevent and prosecute consumer fraud and deceptive trade practices, and protect Nebraskans from fraudulent business activities and scams through educational outreach; uphold and protect the civil rights of all Nebraskans; defend Nebraska's interests in disputes with other states over irrigation water and stream flows; provide professional legal representation in all civil proceedings on behalf of the state. The salary for this position is $95,000/year.
Submit application to:
Nebraska Secretary of State, P.O. Box 94608, Lincoln, NE, 68509, US