Lateral Assistant District Attorney
The candidate under the direction of the Bureau Chief, expected to perform the following duties: Evaluate and investigate individuals accused of committing sexual assault and criminal offenses. Present cases to the Grand Jury for indictment and then prosecute those cases in Brooklyn’s Supreme Court through disposition. Must be able to excel in a fast-paced work environment and handle a high volume of cases and investigations. Should ... read more
Assistant District Attorney
The candidate will be prosecuting offenders committing the above-mentioned offenses. Managing complex investigations by providing legal advice and direction to our law enforcement partners. Drafting various legal processes, including wiretaps, CSOs, GPS warrants, and other documents. Must possess a J.D. degree, be an active member of the New York State Bar in good standing. Must have experience in handling all aspects of a criminal investigation... read more
The candidate will serve in a confidential capacity and research legal questions and issues, organize complex investigations, prepare and present complex cases before administrative tribunals and trial and appellate courts, and perform other related duties. Provide legal research and advocacy services in the Mental Hygiene Legal Service, attorney disciplinary committees, 18B panel administration, or other such units. May also oversee a departmental law guardian p... read more
Trial Preparation Assistant
The candidate will draft legal documents and correspondence (e.g., affidavits, subpoenas, takeout orders, orders to produce, etc.). Hand-deliver or arrange for delivery/pick-up of documents to other bureaus, assigned ADAs, other agencies and elsewhere in a timely fashion, obtaining confirmation of receipt as required utilizing tracking information such as email, fax confirmation, return receipt or other related methods. Obtain all necessary evid...
Assistant District Attorney: Conviction Integrity Unit
The candidate's duties includes: Obtaining and reviewing voluminous court records, law enforcement documents, parole minutes, and all other documents connected with or relevant to a criminal prosecution; Interviewing convicted persons, witnesses, attorneys, relevant experts and police officers; Overseeing DNA and other forensic testing; Writing detailed memoranda and pleadings relating to the investigation; and Working...
Supervisor, Criminal Court Bureau
The candidate will manage and supervise approximately 16 ADAs and support staff. Supervise the prosecution of misdemeanor and some felony matters. Review cases and make plea offers. Assist the ADAs in case management, caseload management, calendar appearances, as well as hearings, trials, motion practice and complying with discovery obligations. Compile documents to keep track of case assignments, case dispositions and dismissals, as well ...
Cybercrimes Unit Chief, Frauds Bureau
The candidate will be responsible for: Handling some of the Unit’s more complex cases from investigation through trial. Supervise Assistant District Attorneys in complex, long-term investigations from inception through trial. Work extensively with specialized NYPD Squads, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, and major financial institutions. Reporting to the Deputy Bureau Chief an...
Felony Trial Assistant District Attorney, Homicide Bureau
The candidate will be responsible for: Handling the bureau’s complex and sensitive cases from investigation through grand jury presentation. All aspects of trial preparation, including compliance with discovery obligations. Handling significant legal and factual issues during suppression hearings. Prosecuting both jury and nonjury trials to conclusion. Treating family members who have suffered the ultimate loss wi...
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Assistant District Attorney: Appeals
The candidate will draft briefs and participate in oral argument before state appellate courts, respond to post-conviction motions to vacate judgment and set aside sentence, and answer writs of habeas corpus in the federal courts. Must have superior analytical, research, and writing skills. Must have prior experience as an appellate attorney or equivalent work experience. Must be a graduate from an accredited law school with a Juris Doc...
Homicide Bureau Chief
The candidate should have extensive experience trying complex and challenging cases and have a record of successfully negotiating and dealing with the glare and pressure of intense media scrutiny. Must possess a J.D. degree, be an active member of the New York State bar in good standing and have at least 15 years post-J.D. experience. Must have extensive experience in handling all aspects of criminal investigation and prosecution. Substantial felony j...
Candidate should have extensive experience investigating and trying complex and challenging cases and have a record of successfully negotiating and dealing with the glare and pressure of intense media scrutiny. Will be an inspiration to the other Assistant District Attorneys and provide leadership for one of the Office’s investigative bureaus, while being able to lead Assistant District Attorneys in assessing and developing unusual issues and problem cases. Co...
Managerial Position, Intake and Case Assessment Bureau
The candidate responsibilities include: Supervising and managing IAB attorneys and support staff; Training IAB attorneys and support staff on standards and burdens of proof; and complaint drafting; Training IAB attorneys in best practices to enhance overall job performance including investigatory, trial advocacy and litigation skills and application of the highest ethical standards; Supporting the professional developm...
Assistant District Attorney, Frauds Bureau
Responsibilities: Handling organized larcenies such as: pattern commercial burglaries, retail theft, embezzlement and other cases handled by the Frauds Bureau. Work extensively with law enforcement in drafting search warrants, GPS orders and Cell Site Orders.
Assistant Attorney General
The candidate ‘must have (2) years of relevant, post-graduate legal experience is required. Substantial experience in the area of fraud and white collar investigations, as well as litigation experience in state and federal courts, is also required. Must possess excellent analytical, writing, research, teamwork, and organizational skills. Experience with securities fraud and/or financial markets is a plus. Prior work experience as a government ... read more
Court Attorney - Referee
The candidate will act as special referees and research and analyze complex legal
issues and questions raised in civil and criminal cases heard in trial courts or on appeal to certain County Courts and may be responsible for supervision of court attorneys and support staff who are located in one or more courts situated throughout a county, judicial district, or department. Will be assigned to the Presumptive ADR Program and b... read more
Internship, Summer 2022
The internship gives college students on-the-job training that enhances and supplements their coursework. Organize discovery documents for enforcement cases and permit hearings. Draft legal papers such as orders on consent. Draft administrative pleadings and motions. Attend Pre-Hearing Conferences in enforcement cases. Assist with negotiations. Attend internal meetings and meetings with external entities. Generate letters to respondents and draft me... read more