The County Attorney’s Office is comprised of three (3) divisions, each supervised by a division head who reports directly to the County Attorney.
The Criminal Division is supervised by a Chief Deputy Attorney and is responsible for the prosecution of all criminal cases. In addition to the Chief Deputy, the division has eighteen (18) attorneys, two (2) paralegals, one (1) investigator and twenty-five (25) support staff members.
The Civil Division is supervised by a Chief Deputy Attorney and is responsible for handling civil law matters on behalf of Yuma County. In addition to the Chief Deputy, the division has two (2) attorneys, three (3) support staff members and one (1) paralegal.
The Victim Services Division is supervised by a Director and is responsible for providing advocacy services, mandated victims’ rights notification and compensation assistance to crime victims. In addition, the County Attorney's Bad Check Enforcement Program is a part of the Victim Services Division. In addition to the Director, Victim Services has four (4) victim advocates, one (1) Victim Compensation Program Coordinator and six (6) support staff members.