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ProfileAssistant District Attorney The candidate will work for Division/Section: District Attorney 19A. Duties include to the following: screen incoming cases using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of case facts; research and identify precedence in case law; utilize and evaluate electronic legal research and other research tools; prepare cases for trial; write and file any appropriate motions; organize work; set priorities; meet critical deadlines; follow up on assignments; and meet with victims of crime.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school and an active license to practice law in North Carolina. Should have knowledge of: federal, state, common and constitutional law; judicial procedures and rules of evidence; case, statutory and common law; NC General Statutes to prosecute criminal cases; judicial and quasi-judicial procedures; legal research methods, techniques, sources, databases and other research tools; the principles and protocols for the evidentiary gathering of information, documents, financial records and other data that may be used in trial court processes, protocols and strategies; the operations of the NC court system; and ethical and professional standards of conduct. Must have skill in: interpreting and applying complex criminal laws to information, evidence, and other data; listening techniques used in interviewing witnesses; using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of case facts; researching and identifying precedence in case law; utilizing and evaluating electronic legal research and online systems; negotiating plea agreements; organizing work; setting priorities; meeting critical deadlines; and following up on assignments with a minimum of direction. Should have ability to: analyze facts, laws, rules, regulations, interpretations, and related written documents and apply applicable law to those facts; conduct legal research; plan, develop, and execute an effective litigation strategy to achieve desired results; prepare, organize and conduct witness examinations; deliver opening statements, closing arguments, and evidentiary objections; express complex legal concepts and related facts in a clear and concise manner; argue clearly, logically, and persuasively; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with attorneys, law enforcement agencies, and other participants in the criminal justice process; recognize and solve problems; produce legal interpretations in a quick and responsive manner for court officials; write reports, motions, briefs, and other legal documents; deal tactfully with sensitive situations; communicate both orally and in writing; and work independently.
Closing date: 11/29/17 5:00 PM Eastern Time.
Position number: 60007540. Send cover letter and résumé.