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Section 3333.13 | Service attorney definition.


As used in sections 3333.13 to 3333.137 of the Revised Code, "employed as a service attorney" means either of the following:

(A) An attorney who works a minimum of thirty-five hours per week for a minimum of forty-five weeks each service year and who is employed by any of the following:

(1) The state public defender;

(2) The prosecuting attorney of a county;

(3) A county public defender commission;

(4) A joint county public defender commission to represent indigent persons.

(B) Counsel appointed by the court or selected by an indigent person under division (E) of section 120.16 or division (E) of section 120.26 of the Revised Code, who works in an area designated as an underserved community under section 3333.132 of the Revised Code for a minimum of five hundred twenty hours each service year.

Last updated January 31, 2023 at 1:05 PM

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