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District Attorney

246 Jobs Available
in US
$ 17.56 - 49.08/hour

Resumes of District Attorney

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Responsibilities

Typical District Attorney responsibilities to be added to your resume.

  • Present evidence to defend clients or prosecute defendants in criminal or civil litigation.

  • Search for and examine public and other legal records to write opinions or establish ownership.

  • Prepare, draft, and review legal documents, such as wills, deeds, patent applications, mortgages, leases, and contracts.

  • Examine legal data to determine advisability of defending or prosecuting lawsuit.

  • Analyze the probable outcomes of cases, using knowledge of legal precedents.

  • Gather evidence to formulate defense or to initiate legal actions, by such means as interviewing clients and witnesses to ascertain the facts of a case.

  • Prepare legal briefs and opinions, and file appeals in state and federal courts of appeal.

  • Select jurors, argue motions, meet with judges, and question witnesses during the course of a trial.

  • Represent clients in court or before government agencies.

  • Help develop federal and state programs, draft and interpret laws and legislation, and establish enforcement procedures.

  • Study Constitution, statutes, decisions, regulations, and ordinances of quasi-judicial bodies to determine ramifications for cases.

  • Interpret laws, rulings and regulations for individuals and businesses.

  • Present and summarize cases to judges and juries.

  • Advise clients concerning business transactions, claim liability, advisability of prosecuting or defending lawsuits, or legal rights and obligations.

  • Negotiate settlements of civil disputes.

  • Evaluate findings and develop strategies and arguments in preparation for presentation of cases.

  • Supervise legal assistants.

  • Work in environmental law, representing public interest groups, waste disposal companies, or construction firms in their dealings with state and federal agencies.

  • Act as agent, trustee, guardian, or executor for businesses or individuals.

  • Probate wills and represent and advise executors and administrators of estates.

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