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Assistant Attorney

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Government

Atlanta, GA, United States

Assistant Attorney

Attorney

City Solicitor's Office

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Min 1 yrs required

Full-time

No

Assistant Attorney
The candidate will be prosecuting cases, conducting preliminary hearing, collecting evidence, preparing documents, researching legal issues cases, responding to discovery request, and plea negotiations for traffic, criminal, code and civil offenses on behalf of law enforcement, city agencies, and the general public. Handle all direct appeals arising from the Atlanta Municipal Court to the Superior Courts of Fulton or DeKalb Counties, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Georgia Supreme Court. Partners with code enforcement officers, Neighborhood Planning Units (NPU), City Council, and other city departments to address blight and other issues and concerns on behalf of City and citizens of Atlanta. Reports to court daily and interacts with internal and external customers, always mindful to be courteous and respectful. Performs trial work and prosecutes traffic, criminal, DUI, code and civil cases. Conducts preliminary hearings to determine probable cause. Manages the development of cases to include screening, investigating and prosecution. Collects and analyzes, evidence and the review of pertinent case law, statutes and other legal documents. Attends and works with police zones, Neighborhood Planning Units (NPU’s), neighborhood association meetings, community cleanups, police and city department details, and special neighborhood events. Demonstrates proficiency operating computers and utilizing the case management systems, required to perform the duties assigned. Interacts with internal and external customers and is familiar with the various programs , offices and their functions within the department and the court. Provides effective customer service, communication and interpersonal techniques regarding interaction with management, coworkers, relevant departments, court staff and the general public, always mindful to be courteous and respectful. May perform other duties as assigned by Solicitor. Juris Doctorate required. Juris Doctorate with one year of legal experience is preferred. Have and maintain Valid State Bar License of Georgia and other certifications required.

Job Number: 191705

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May 08, 2024
Jan 24, 2024
Nov 28, 2019

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Government

Attorney

Min 1 yrs required

Full-time

Legal

Jan 24, 2024

May 08, 2024

Jan 24, 2024

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Assistant Attorney
The candidate will be prosecuting cases, conducting preliminary hearing, collecting evidence, preparing documents, researching legal issues cases, responding to discovery request, and plea negotiations for traffic, criminal, code and civil offenses on behalf of law enforcement, city agencies, and the general public. Handle all direct appeals arising from the Atlanta Municipal Court to the Superior Courts of Fulton or DeKalb Counties, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Georgia Supreme Court. Partners with code enforcement officers, Neighborhood Planning Units (NPU), City Council, and other city departments to address blight and other issues and concerns on behalf of City and citizens of Atlanta. Reports to court daily and interacts with internal and external customers, always mindful to be courteous and respectful. Performs trial work and prosecutes traffic, criminal, DUI, code and civil cases. Conducts preliminary hearings to determine probable cause. Manages the development of cases to include screening, investigating and prosecution. Collects and analyzes, evidence and the review of pertinent case law, statutes and other legal documents. Attends and works with police zones, Neighborhood Planning Units (NPU’s), neighborhood association meetings, community cleanups, police and city department details, and special neighborhood events. Demonstrates proficiency operating computers and utilizing the case management systems, required to perform the duties assigned. Interacts with internal and external customers and is familiar with the various programs , offices and their functions within the department and the court. Provides effective customer service, communication and interpersonal techniques regarding interaction with management, coworkers, relevant departments, court staff and the general public, always mindful to be courteous and respectful. May perform other duties as assigned by Solicitor. Juris Doctorate required. Juris Doctorate with one year of legal experience is preferred. Have and maintain Valid State Bar License of Georgia and other certifications required.

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