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ProfileAttorney I RESPONSIBILITIES: Primarily assigned to Medicaid Recipient Fraud to prosecute cases involving Medicaid fraud and abuse against beneficiaries. Under limited supervision, the attorney will perform legal work relating to allegations of Medicaid fraud by beneficiary. Allegations are usually involving false applications, sharing/or selling of the Medicaid card, hidden assets, unreported income and drug diversion. Will prepare all legal memoranda, pleadings and briefs. Will provide legal advice to assigned public agencies and serve as contact counsel on assigned subject matters. May assist other law enforcement agencies criminal investigations involving Medicaid fraud recipients. Advises and consults with Assistant Deputy and Chief Deputy Attorney General on all legal and administrative matters. Will work closely with South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Division of Program Integrity. May provide other legal representation to the Prosecution Section as directed by supervisor. Will assist with other duties as assigned by Assistant Deputy and/or Chief Deputy Attorney General.
Qualification and Experience
REQUIREMENTS: JD Degree required. 2 years of criminal law experience preferred. Must be a member and in good standing with the South Carolina Bar. Must satisfy Rule 403 requirements. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Requires excellent written and trial skills; ability to analyze investigative reports and make prosecutorial recommendations; must be flexible to travel; must be organized and be able to work independently in meeting deadlines. Must be able to interpret laws and apply laws in court decisions. Must be a member and in good standing with the South Carolina Bar.
South Carolina Attorney General's Office.
1000 Assembly Street,
Columbia, SC 29211