• Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • $157,450.00 -157,450.00/year*
  • Springfield , MA
  • Legal
  • Full-Time
  • 45 Pidgeon Dr

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AssistantDistrict Attorney - Hampden District Attorney's Office Prosecute all aspects of criminalcases in primary and jury sessions of the District Court and the Juvenile Courtin Hampden County; Review police reports and chargingdecisions made by police agencies and make appropriate recommendations andchanges as needed; Handle arraignments in court, makebail requests, motions for conditions of release, motions for detention such asdangerousness hearings and ball revocation hearings as appropriate; Provide mandatory discovery todefendants/defense counsel; Handle all pretrial motions filed bydefense counsel including requests for further discovery, evidentiary andnon-evidentiary motions to suppress, dismiss, etc. and to prepare writtenmemoranda and briefs where appropriate; Review case files, applicable statutesand case law, victim information and input, and determine an appropriaterecommendation for case resolution; Conference all matters and makerecommendations for case resolution at mandatory case conference sessions withdefense counsel; Handle any mental health commitmentmatters which Impact criminal cases; Handle case resolution by way of plea,trial, or dismissal where appropriate; Follow the mandates of the Victim's Billof Rights. All full time positions offer a Statebenefit package that Includes health, life, disability, and dental/VisionInsurances, retirement plans, vacation, personal and sick leave and more.Payroll ls paid bi-weekly and based on a 37.5 hour work week (normally 8:30a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). All Job offers are contingent upon successful completion ofbackground check. All positions serve at the pleasure of the District Attorney. Qualifications Required: law school graduates (Juris Doctorate Degree) and applicants with SJC Rule 3:03 certification. To be proficient with Microsoft Office products (Word, Outlook) To be familiar with and to follow the provisions of the Hampden District Attorney's Office Personnel Policies; Assistant district attorneys must be familiar with and adhere to the Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct; To participate in trainings relevant to Office functions; To interact In a respectful and professional manner with the public, judicial and law enforcement personnel and office staff; To complete work assignments in a timely, accurate and efficient manner; All job offers contingent upon successful completion of background check
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