The duties of the County Attorney are discharged by the Civil and Criminal divisions. The Civil division serves as legal counsel to elected officials and County departments and represents the County in court actions. The Criminal division processes adult criminal and juvenile actions referred from law enforcement, government agencies and the public. The County Attorney, governed by Chapter 331 of the Missouri Code, ensures that the laws of the State are enforced within St. Louis County, prosecutes violators of the law, and acts as legal counsel to the Board of Supervisors.
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The Office of the Prosecuting Attorney makes every effort to hold a defendant accountable to their victims by the collection of restitution.
Mr. McCulloch instituted a new procedure to collect restitution and through his efforts the Restitution Department of the Victim Service Division collected $1,810, 820.52 in 2009 on behalf of victims.
In December of 2010 the Restitution Department collected and mailed checks totalling $120,731.15 to victims and for 2010 the Restitution Department collected and mailed checks totalling $1,935,777.87 to victims