Job Summary Assistant County Attorney II or III assigned to the Criminal Division. Represent the State in gross misdemeanors and felony cases in district and appellate levels. Handle the most complex and serious criminal matters from charging through trial. Minimum qualification for the position requires three to seven years of experience (Attorney II) or seven years or more experience (Attorney III). Essential Duties and Responsibilities These examples of typical duties do not include all possible tasks for this classification and do not limit the assignment of related tasks. - Assume responsibilities for prosecution of felony and gross misdemeanor criminal cases from initial charging decision through trial and final disposition. - Handle master criminal court calendar assignments including in custody court appearances and probation violations. - Handle on-call responsibilities for weekends and holidays on a rotating basis with other prosecutors with accompanying 3-hour flex time compensation. - Write motions, memoranda, appellate and post-conviction briefs and present oral argument before appellate courts. - Conduct legal research and assist with strategy and problem solving in a variety of cases. - Conduct Law Enforcement Training and provide legal training and advice to law enforcement, attorneys, and other county departments in areas of investigation and prosecution of criminal offenses. - Participate in criminal division meetings and any committees as assigned by the County Attorney or Lead Assistant County Attorney. - Attend work in a regular and timely manner according to the department's approved work schedule. - Other duties as assigned by the County Attorney or Lead Assistant County Attorney.
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