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Prosecuting Attorney - Family

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

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  1. Why do you want to work with the Prosecutor's Office?

  2. What are your aspirations/goals in working in the Prosecutor's Office?

  3. What skills from law school do you think will be most applicable in working with our office?

  4. You will be involved in filing criminal charges against non-custodial parents who have failed to comply with their child support obligation(s). Because the level of proving these cases is not difficult, many of these case do not result in trial.  Are you here simply for trial experience?

  5. In this county, child support probation cases are monitored by our office.  You will be directly responsible for monitoring about 75-115 probationers.  Tell me about your organization skills.

  6. This position requires your continued communication with custodial parents. Typically, we receive these cases long after the custodial parent has been awaiting child support.  How are your communication skills?

  7. Do you consider yourself to be a patient person?

  8. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?  

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