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Attorney I

Company name

Georgia Public Defender Council

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Attorney

Years of Experience

Min 1 yrs required

Location

Hazlehurst, GA

Date Last Verified

Feb 01,2018

Posted on

Dec 29,2017
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
Criminal Law >> Criminal Law
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Attorney I The candidate will be responsible for representing indigent clients with criminal case(s) in Superior Court and Juvenile Courts for Wayne, Jeff Davis, and Appling Counties. Preparation and presentation of cases for trial, and entering of pleas in both felony and misdemeanour cases in Superior Court. Under supervision of the supervising attorney, the chosen candidate will also be responsible for conducting legal research, including researching precedents in cases, preparation and dissemination of complex documents, pleadings compilation, orders, etc. A willingness to handle juvenile cases a plus. Bilingual is a plus. Must be a current member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia. Should have JD degree from an accredited college or university AND license to practice law in the State of Georgia OR eligibility to sit for the next Georgia Bar examination OR reciprocity (must obtain Law License). Note: Some positions may not allow the eligibility clause.

Additional info

Job Number: LEG00FM. Submit a cover letter, and resume.

Company info

Jonathan P. Lockwood
Assistant Circuit Public Defender
Georgia Public Defender Council
104 Marietta Street
Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30303

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