district attorney

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an official prosecutor for a judicial district

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Early said he was naming Assistant District Attorney Jeffrey T.
Any law firm or recent graduate wanting more information about this opportunity should contact Assistant District Attorney McCoyd at mjmccoyd@co.
com, an independent Web-based consumer news and resource center edited by a former deputy director for the Associated Press and a former assistant district attorney from New York City.
Before her TV career, Crier was a civil litigation attorney, an assistant district attorney, and eventually the youngest state judge ever elected in her native Texas.
Instead of requiring a set number of trials from each prosecutor, Harcleroad said he will revise his employee evaluation form to include a section to assess the quality and quantity of trial work done by each assistant district attorney.
Assistant District Attorney Suzanne Gump said the attack on Israel Byrd was unprovoked.
Preate, a Scranton native whose father's law office overlooked the handsome courthouse square, began his own career here as an assistant district attorney in the early 1970s.
Not every assistant district attorney will be suited for the new endeavor, and the prosecutor must recognize this.
For example, a detective investigating a pattern of robberies can subscribe to receive a text message on a pager the minute a person matching the perpetrator's description is arrested anywhere in the City; or an Assistant District Attorney in the Bronx can automatically receive an e-mail when a defendant, for whom he is about to offer a plea bargain, is arrested in Queens.
She previously worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Wake County, prosecuting identity theft, child abuse, and death by motor vehicle cases.
Rodriguez pulled a knife, the other man backed off, the assistant district attorney said.
Preiss, former assistant district attorney for the New York County District Attorney's Office, as a partner in its New York City office.
Nick (Tim Daly), a cop with a gambling problem, and Kathryn (Kim Raver), an assistant district attorney, also apparently acted assertively, while the actions of the bank manager Malcolm (Chi McBride), his daughter Felicia (Dana Davis), and bank tellers and sister Eva (Lourdes Benedicto) and Franny (Camille Guaty) are unclear.
On the other hand, as assistant district attorney Eugene Felton Jr.
Ruiz suggested that San Francisco assistant district attorney Jim Hammer was deliberately withholding evidence to pander to gays because of their perceived political clout.
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