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# Job Title: Judiciary Clerk
The Maryland Judiciary is looking for an experienced Judicial Clerk to join their team in Annapolis, Maryland. The Judicial Clerk will be responsible for case processing duties and responsibilities, entering data into the Maryland District Court Criminal/Traffic system, providing the public with information regarding Criminal/Traffic cases and court procedures, and assisting with customer service.
## Job Description
The Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County is looking for a highly qualified Magistrate to join their team. This position offers a competitive salary of $163,200 and comes with a generous benefits package. The Magistrate will be responsible for conducting hearings, and review of Juvenile, CINA, domestic and child support matters in accordance with the applicable Maryland Law and Rules of Procedure.
To be considered for thi
Summer Law Student Internship Program
Summer interns are required to work a minimum of 20 hours a week. 1L/2L/3L Law Students can apply. Students with an interest in criminal law are preferred.
The candidate manages the development and implementation of department goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for each assigned service area; establishes, within city policies, appropriate service, and staffing levels; and allocates resources, accordingly. Acts as the official representative to other City departments, City Administrator’s Office, elected officials, and outside agencies; explains, justifies, and defends department programs, policies, and activiti...
Judicial Law Clerk
Clerk will review of motions, legal research, preparation of orders, drafting legal memoranda, and hearing preparation. JD degree. Should be a recent graduate of an accredited law school. In addition to proven academic success, must be detailed oriented and adept at handling volume under pressure.
The candidate will work in District Court division. It is within the District Court that our prosecutors begin learning critical case preparation skills and building trial skills through ongoing training and docket handling misdemeanor cases in court. District Court is the foundation block for obtaining the trial skills and case preparation skills necessary in moving through the office while handling progressively more complicated and serious cases in
The law clerk will assist with investigations, hearings, and trials. Day-to-day work will include assisting prosecutors with witness and police officer interviews, trial and discovery preparation, evidence gathering, drafting motions, and conducting legal research. Support prosecutors in court by assisting with all aspects of docket and case management from hearings to jury trials. Should be a current law school student, law school graduate, or awaiting admission t
General Felony Assistant State's Attorney
The candidate will handle a high-volume court docket involving complex cases. Handle all aspects of case and trial preparation, including interviewing victims and witnesses and overseeing the continuing investigation. Draft and prepare briefs, motions, and legal memoranda. Manage a court calendar. Coordinate with city and state agencies to provide assistance, protection, and services to victims of crime. Perform legal research and ap
## Job Description
Organization is looking for an experienced Interpreter to provide interpretation services during various types of proceedings, including bail reviews, trials, pleas, hearings, as well as many forms of criminal and civil matters. The Interpreter must have native or near native knowledge of English and Spanish with correct grammar, idioms, and pronunciation.
- High school diploma (or GED equivalent).
- One (1) year