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Years of Experience
The Weld County District Attorney's office is recruiting for a Deputy District Attorney II, III. They will perform professional advanced level legal work which may include responsibility for criminal prosecution of felony offenses in District Court.
Render legal advice to law enforcement agencies.
Attend arraignments, pre-trial conferences, sentencing conferences in assigned areas.
Prepare and present jury trials and trials to the Court Assist citizens on the phone or walk-in clients.
One year of practice as a Deputy District Attorney.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Licensed to practice law in the State of Colorado.
To view complete job announcement and to apply, use the following link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/weld
Weld County District Attorney's Office
The District Attorney represents the people of the State of Colorado in all state criminal actions brought within the Nineteenth Judicial District which coincides with the boundaries of Weld County. The office prosecutes both felony and misdemeanor charges and is composed of several divisions to meet the needs of the public. A Letter from Michael J. Rourke Hello, I'm Michael Rourke, and I am very proud to be the District Attorney for Weld County. I, and every employee in the District Attorney’s Office, take very seriously our responsibility to promote public safety by prosecuting those individuals who commit crimes in our community. In our pursuit for justice, our employees are committed to doing the right thing, in the right way, for the right reason, on every case we handle. The responsibility to promote public safety also includes the duty, in conjunction with all of our law enforcement agencies, to engage in proactive measures to prevent crimes from being committed. I am proud to say that the employees in this office will do everything in our power to make Weld County a safer place for you and your family to live and work. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. Sincerely, District Attorney Michael J. Rourke