The candidate will prepare criminal cases for trial; locates and interviews witnesses and victims; gathers and reviews evidence; obtain copies of video and audio tapes, 911 calls and statements; visits crime scenes; plans jury trials; reviews pertinent case law; creates visual aids; interviews police officers. Will represent the state in criminal trials; picks juries, makes opening statements, questions witnesses, introduces evidence, argues before a judge and... read more
Assistant District Attorney – Misdemeanor
Duties: Tries cases before jury or Judge. Performs a ariety of complex, independent duties in conjunction with court trials, including performing discovery, evaluating legal theories and principles, performing research, etc. Offers pleas to defendants on criminal matters. Screens cases; reads offense reports to determine if a crime has been committed and prepares narrative for the charging information. Coordinates with the Adult ...