Assistant District Attorney

Employer: 106th District Attorney’s Office (Lamesa, Texas)

Contact: Philip Mack Furlow

Job Title: Assistant District Attorney

Resume Receipt: E-mail

Default email for resumes.

[email protected]

Description

FELONY PROSECUTOR
Assistant District Attorney 106th Judicial District. The Attorney will be under the
supervision of the District Attorney and will primarily handle felony cases of all types.

PRIMARY DUTIES: The attorney will handle all felony prosecution duties
assigned to him/her and shall be responsible for reviewing, preparing Indictments
and presenting such cases to the Grand Jury, after which this attorney will be in
charge of preparation of all pleadings and correspondence necessary for
discovery and trial, or rejection and dismissal, of such cases, and possibly some
appellate duties such as legal research or brief writing. The attorney will
prosecute these cases to completion including trial in the 106th Judicial District,
and will assist the District Attorney in other felony cases as needed. The
attorney will also handle probation revocations. Applicants
need the desire, willingness, and ability to represent the State of Texas in felony
jury trials on a consistent basis.  The applicant will have the opportunity to participate in 10 – 12 felony jury trials per year.  Will also consider a 3rd Year Law Student who will be sitting for the Bar Exam in June, 2020.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION: Juris Doctorate and State Bar of Texas license to
practice law. Trial experience beneficial. Please feel free to submit 2 samples of
legal writings including any appellate briefs, if you have any. Must have a valid
Texas driver’s license with an insurable driving record. 0-5 years experience.
Salary will be based on experience and range from $55,000.00 to $75,000.  County benefits will be available.
Please send Resume and References to Philip Mack Furlow at [email protected] and/or Philip Mack Furlow, P.O. Box 1124, Lamesa, Texas 79331.

Documents Required

Cover Letter, Writing Sample,

Requested Document Notes

Please feel free to submit 2 samples of legal writings including any appellate briefs, if you have any.