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ProfileAssistant District Attorney Duties : Acts on authority delegated by the district attorney to represent, in a professional manner, the Commonwealth and the County in the prosecutions of those persons who are alleged to have violated the law of the Commonwealth within the County. Acts on authority delegated by the district attorney to represent, in a professional manner, the Commonwealth and the County in the prosecutions of those persons who are alleged to have violated the law of the Commonwealth within the County. Assists police in the investigation of criminal offenses. Provides legal opinions to police relative to investigations. Conducts legal research and writes opinions thereon. Advises police on the drafting of criminal complaints, search warrants and statements of probable cause. Evaluates evidence relative to propriety of criminal charges and search warrants. Assembles and evaluates evidence, interviews and prepares witnesses for various court appearances. Represents the Commonwealth in the prosecution of cases at preliminary hearings, pretrial motions, and trials before court and/or jury, post-verdict motions and appeals to Superior and Supreme Courts of Pennsylvania. Represents Commonwealth in Post-Conviction Relief Act hearings in the Court of Common Pleas and appeals there from to the Superior and Supreme Courts of Pennsylvania. Represents the Commonwealth in proceedings on writs of habeas corpus in United States District Court, Courts of Appeal and Supreme Court. Represents the Commonwealth and the Court of Common Pleas in Indirect Criminal Contempt proceedings and all appeals there from. Represents the Commonwealth in Juvenile Court proceedings and all appeals there from. Represents the Commonwealth in summary appeals and appeals there from. Represents the Commonwealth in pre-trail conferences. Does legal research and makes oral arguments and prepares written briefs before all Commonwealth and federal courts of Pennsylvania. Responds to miscellaneous requests for legal opinions from law enforcement officers and the general public. Interacts with all other state and local law enforcement agencies and local individuals and organizations. Attends continuing education courses on law enforcement and related issues. Attends meetings, seminars and training sessions as required. Performs other job related work as assigned by the district attorney.
Qualification and Experience
Qualification : The candidate should have Juris doctor degree and admission to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Training in computers helpful. Continuing legal education required. Must have Graduation from a recognized accredited school of law and admission to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Any equivalent combination of experience and training, which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
THE COUNTY OF BEDFORD, PA
200 South Juliana Street,
Bedford, PA 15522