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Prosecuting Attorney - Civil

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Description:  Interview for a position involving civil issues within the City Attorney or Prosecuting Attorney's Office. 

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  1. Why are you interested in a civil position?

  2. Most of the time you will be required to work without direct supervision. Tell me about times when you were given this autonomy.

Follow-up:  Why you believe you are best suited for this position?

  1. The rules of civil law differ greatly than that of criminal law.  Are you prepared to enter this position knowing that there is little guidance from within our office?

  2. What have you accomplished in the past that makes you certain that you are prepared to practice civil law?

  3. Many times, these cases result in compromise and settlement agreements. When was the last time you successfully negotiated your stance?  

Follow-up:  What do you believe are the most important attributes to a successful negotiation?

  1. This position requires travel, sometimes frequent, sometimes infrequent, to Independence to cover the civil docket there. Are you willing to travel?

  2. Why do you believe you are qualified for this position?

  3. Typically, civil law requires much more paperwork with respect to filing, document production, motions, etc.  Tell me about your writing experience and skills.

  4. Is there anything else we should know about you?
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