(a) Until such time as an Attorney General is elected under § 1-204.35, the Attorney General for the District of Columbia shall be appointed by the Mayor
with the advice and consent of the Council pursuant to § 1-523.01.
(b) The Attorney General shall:
(1) Serve a 4-year term to coincide with the term for Mayor; and
(2) Be eligible for reappointment by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the
Council, and may serve in a holdover capacity at the expiration of his or her term
pursuant to § 1-523.01(c).
(c) This section shall not apply to the incumbent Attorney General on May 27, 2010.
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