Attorneys

  • The Coconino County Attorney’s Office is seeking a prosecutor to join our Criminal Division. This is a limited appointment, part-time position. This temporary assignment will conclude at the end of June 2018.
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    End Date: Until Filled
    Posted: 1/11/18

  • The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Criminal Division/Drug and Racketeering Enforcement Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General. The purpose of this position is to prosecute criminal cases in the Superior Courts of the State of Arizona.  This position supports investigations and prosecutes criminal drug cases, including money laundering and complex wiretap cases throughout the counties of Arizona. This position will coordinate with law enforcement agencies and, when necessary, issue grand jury subpoenas. This position may be assigned additional responsibilities including but not limited to:  conflict prosecutions from various county attorney offices; drafting of legislative proposals related to criminal law/procedure; trainings to law enforcement/criminal justice community on criminal law and procedure and any investigations/prosecutions at the direction of supervisors in the Criminal Division.
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    End Date: Until Filled
    Posted: 12/28/17
  • The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Criminal Division in Tucson is seeking an Assistant Attorney General. The purpose of this position is to prosecute criminal cases including but not limited to the offenses referenced below, in the Superior Courts of the State of Arizona.  The prosecutors support investigations of and prosecute complex white collar, fraud, and economic crimes, including but not limited to:  securities fraud, public corruption, identity theft, forgery, AHCCCS fraud, elder financial exploitation, credit card fraud, social security fraud, veterans' benefits fraud, and intellectual property violations. The prosecutors also support investigations of and prosecute criminal enterprises for drug trafficking, money laundering, and weapons trafficking, and may be required to apply for court-authorized electronic interception to support complex investigations. The prosecutors also may be assigned additional responsibilities including but not limited to: conflict prosecutions from various county attorney offices; review of internal affairs investigations; drafting of legislative proposals related to criminal law/procedure; trainings to law enforcement/criminal justice community on criminal law, criminal procedure, and constitutional law; determinations of Superior Court criminal contempt referrals; and any investigations/prosecutions or assignments at the direction of supervisors in the Criminal Division.
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    End Date: Until Filled
    Posted: 12/27/17
  • Navajo County Attorney’s Office is seeking an Attorney II.  We are a rural county looking for attorneys to prosecute a cross-section of cases, ranging from misdemeanors to felonies. Join our team with competitive pay, benefits, and retirement.  On the job training through case management, courtroom experience and conferences.    
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    End Date: Until filled
    Posted: 11/7/17

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