How long does a US attorney serve?

Answer they serve at the discretion of the President.

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Can a process server serve my attorney?

A civil process server can serve papers to an attorney as long as they are not related to any persons involved in the case. After they have served the papers a proof of service must be filed with t... Read More »

How long does it take to become an attorney?

It can take anywhere from 7 1/2 to 12 years to become an attorney, depending on whether you go to law school part-time or full-time. Becoming one takes more time than many other professions. You mu... Read More »

How long does an attorney go to school?

After graduating from high school, one must receive a bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university before attending law school for approximately three years. After successfully completi... Read More »

How long is an attorney general's term?

There is no 'set term' for the Attorney General of the US. He serves "at the pleasure of the President."4 years