Title 15, Chapter 18, Section 65
(a) When a solicitor-general is disqualified from interest or
relationship to engage in the prosecution of a particular case or
cases, such solicitor-general may notify the Attorney General of the
disqualification. Upon receipt of such notification, the Attorney
General shall request the services of and thereafter appoint a
solicitor-general, a district attorney, or other competent attorney
to act in place of the solicitor-general. The appointment of the
solicitor-general pro tempore shall specify in writing the name of
the case or cases to which such appointment shall apply.
(b) A private attorney acting as solicitor-general pro tempore
pursuant to subsection (a) of this Code section shall be duly sworn
and subject to all laws governing prosecuting attorneys. Such
solicitor-general pro tempore shall be compensated in the same
manner as appointed counsel in the county.
(c) A solicitor-general of another county or a district attorney who is designated as a solicitor-general pro tempore or any assistant designated by such solicitor-general pro tempore to prosecute such case or cases shall not receive any additional compensation for such services; provided, however, that the actual expenses incurred by the solicitor-general pro tempore or members of the solicitor-general pro tempore's staff shall be reimbursed by the county in which said solicitor-general or district attorney is acting as solicitor-general pro tempore at the same rate as provided in Code Section 15-18-12 for district attorneys.