Misdemeanor Prosecutor

Brazoria County Criminal District Attorney’s Office has an opening for a misdemeanor prosecutor. Misdemeanor prosecutors are expected to evaluate facts in misdemeanor cases, make charging decisions, contact victims, work with law enforcement officers, make plea offers and try cases to juries.  Misdemeanor prosecutors will share a caseload in an assigned misdemeanor court with another misdemeanor prosecutor.  Misdemeanor prosecutors are also given the opportunity on occasion to try felony cases. Our office is a friendly team-oriented office.  We are looking for a prosecutor who wants to be part of our team. 

Must be currently licensed to practice law in the State of Texas.

Starting annual salary range, depending on qualifications & experience, is from $71,369 – $85,218 + benefits. 

Our office pays bar dues and the cost of approved continuing legal education.

Email resume to Mary Aldous, First Assistant, Brazoria County District Attorney’s Office at   [email protected]

Brazoria County is a local government entity that offers competitive salaries with an excellent benefits package, which includes:

Government Pension through TCDRS with 7% fixed interest and a county match of 2:1 at retirement; we do not pay into Social Security but instead contribute to a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan as an additional savings for retirement (AUL).

Reasonable medical/dental health insurance (Aetna) for employees and dependent coverage rates.

Section 125 Cafeteria Plans including- Aflac, Humana and others; free LTD; free Life Insurance coverage 3x annual salary with a cap of $150K; with AD&D.
Free employee health clinic, EAP; 14 paid holidays, vacation and sick benefits, free telemedicine services.

At retirement, a free paid up $50K Life Insurance policy; a 401h retiree medical reimbursement plan.