LCrRLJ 3.7 Presence of the Prosecutor and Public Defender (1) In all criminal cases, a representative of the Prosecuting Attorney's Office or the Office of City Attorney responsible for the case shall be present to conduct the case for the plaintiff. This rule applies to preliminary hearings, bail reviews, arraignments, pretrial hearings, motions, trials and other dispositions. (2) Presence of the Public Defender. A representative of the Public Defender's Office must be present for all hearings as required by their contracts with their funding authority.
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