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  • The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Criminal Division/Fraud and Special Prosecutions Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to identify, investigate and prosecute complex fraud cases in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona. This position will coordinate with law enforcement agencies and, when necessary, issue grand jury subpoenas.
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    End Date: 8/30/16
    Posted: 8/25/16
     
  • The Gila County Attorney's Office is seeking a prosecutor to handle a criminal caseload. The purpose of this position is to ensure the safety of the citizens of Gila County and the security of their property and to seek punishment for criminal offenders. This position drafts court documents, represents victims in court and argues their cases, and negotiates with the opposing counsel. The attorney also communicates with relevant parties. The open position is in Payson, Arizona.

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          Position posted 8/22/2016
 

  • The Graham County Attorney’s Office is seeking a prosecutor to handle a criminal caseload.  This position may be filled by a new attorney or an attorney with experience.  Prior prosecuting experience is preferred but not required.  The pay for this position will depend on experience.  Medical, retirement and other benefits are available.  We have a 4 day work week consisting of 10 hour word days. 
    Submit resume to:  Debbie Barnes, 800 W. Main Street, Safford, AZ 85546. 
    Telephone (928) 428-3620.  Fax (928) 428-7200.  E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
    Open until filled.
     
  • The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Civil Litigation Division, Consumer Protection & Advocacy Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to work on constitutional issues requiring complex legal analysis and significant research and writing.  The attorney’s work will involve special actions invoking the Arizona Supreme Court’s original jurisdiction. 
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    End Date: Until Filled
    Posted: 6/21/16