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ProfileChief Felony Prosecutor The candidate is responsible for managing felony court activities, supervising personnel, and handling daily docket. Prepares cases for trial, interviews witnesses and relevant parties, conducts investigations, conducts legal research, prepares trial exhibits, composes legal documents, and prepares oral arguments. Manages daily dockets and court calendar, conducts hearings, and files court motions. Supervises personnel by assisting with case and trial preparation, prioritizes and directs tasks, and oversees work activities. Sits first chair in criminal trials to verdict. Assists other court prosecutors with cases as second chair. Performs all ancillary tasks. Work is performed under the direction of the 1st Assistant District Attorney.
Qualification and Experience
Requirements: The candidate should have specialized knowledge in a professional or technical field, normally acquired through four years of college resulting in a Bachelorâ€™s degree. Must have a Doctorate of Jurisprudence and be licensed by the State of Texas to practice law. Must have prior experience as a Felony Prosecutor.
Collin County District Attorney's Office
210 S. McDonald,
McKinney, TX 75069