2009 Hawaii Code
Volume 05
§281-104 - Investigators, employees, counsel for.

     §281-104  Investigators, employees, counsel for.  Whenever any investigator or other employee of the liquor commission shall be prosecuted for any crime or sued in any civil cause for acts done in the performance of the investigator's or employee's duty as such investigator or employee, the investigator or employee shall be represented and defended (1) in any such criminal proceeding by an attorney to be employed and paid by the commission and (2) in any such civil cause by the corporation counsel or county attorney, of the county in which the investigator or employee is serving or if permitted under the appropriate county charter, by an outside attorney to be employed and paid for by the commission. [L 1957, c 321, pt of §1; Supp, §159-102.01; HRS §281-104; gen ch 1985; am L 1990, c 171, §33]


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