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Can I speak with the Interim County Counsel, Jefferson Billingsley, as his name is listed at the top of the paperwork I received?

No. Jefferson Billingsley is the County Counsel and his name appears on all documents filed by anyone within the office. The person most familiar with your case is usually the person who signed the document. That person’s name appears beneath Mr. Billingsley’s name at the top of the document, and beneath the signature itself. If you believe you must speak with someone regarding your matter, that is the person to whom you should speak with first.

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1. Does the County Counsel give legal advice to members of the public?
2. I have suffered personal injury or property damage, which I believe was caused by the County or one of its employees. How do I go about collecting for my damages?
3. Can I serve a lawsuit against the County by serving the County Counsel?
4. How can I view County records?
5. Can I speak with the Interim County Counsel, Jefferson Billingsley, as his name is listed at the top of the paperwork I received?
6. I would like a copy of the Humboldt County Code. Can I get it from the County Counsel’s Office?