If the Prosecutor's Office is served with documents do they always get involved?
No, each case is reviewed to see if the State has an interest in the case. The Prosecutor's Office will file a document in the court file to let the Court know if the State has an interest or not.

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1. What type of case should be served on the Prosecuting Attorney's Office?
2. How to notify/serve the Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
3. If the Prosecutor's Office is served with documents do they always get involved?
4. What does it mean, "the State has an interest in this case?"