York County Trial Deputy Prosecutor

Trial Deputy Prosecutors are the first-line attorneys charged with completing the mission of the trial team in which they are assigned to. First and foremost, a Trial Deputy is in fact a trial attorney, and as such must possess superior analytical abilities, excellent communication skills, a thorough comprehension of the current state of the law, and a commanding persona in the courtroom.

Under the direct supervision of a Senior Deputy District Attorney, the Trial Deputy is responsible for the prosecution of repeat and higher volume drug manufacturing/delivery/possession with intent to deliver offenses, Chapter 61 (firearm) offenses, and group member involved offenders from pre-arrest investigation through post-sentencing appeals. The Trial Deputy will assist with the prosecution of juvenile GVI offenders. The Trial Deputy evaluates the merits of each assigned case, taking into consideration the available resources, strength of the evidence, relative severity of the crime and its impact on the victim and the community, and special policy considerations as they apply to each case. This position reports directly to a Senior Deputy Prosecutor, and acts by virtue of authority delegated by the Senior Deputy.

A Trial Deputy Prosecutor must be a licensed attorney, admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

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Please send resumes to:

Kyle G. King
Chief Administrator
Office of the District Attorney, York County