A Prosecutor for the Harris County is currently hiring Experienced and Entry Level Attorneys

A Prosecutor for the Harris County at a Glance:
A Prosecutor for the Harris County is one of the largest prosecutors' offices in the country. Under the leadership of DA Kim Ogg, it is an incubator of innovative prosecutorial approaches. A Prosecutor for the Harris County is dedicated to making our community safer through evidence-based prosecution and equal justice for all.

The size and diversity of the office provides a professional experience that is unique among district attorneys' offices around the country. Prosecutors are exposed to a full range of cases, including some of the most complex and cutting edge, and learn from some of the most respected and renowned attorneys in the public sector.

A Prosecutor for the Harris County hires the best and most committed public servants from a wide range of backgrounds, and is committed to hiring and retaining lawyers who represent the diverse community we serve.
*A Prosecutor for the Harris Countyis currently hiring for entry level Misdemeanor 3 positions and more experienced positions including felony prosecutors up to Felony Chief***

Assistant District Attorney – Misdemeanor and Felony Trial Bureau

Duties: Typically first assigned to the Misdemeanor Trial Bureau, where cases of all types are handled from preliminary hearings to jury trials. The progression from the Misdemeanor Trial Bureau into other units is based on the needs of the office and demonstrated ability and work ethic. After an initial period in the Misdemeanor Division, Assistant District Attorneys move on to the Felony Trial Bureau where they handle a range of felony cases, including serious crimes such as aggravated robbery and murder. Assistant District Attorneys may also have the opportunity to work in specialty divisions such as Crimes Against Children, Financial Crimes, Trafficking, and Mental Health.

Job Description:
Assistant District Attorney represents the State of Texas in criminal proceedings in the Harris County Criminal District Courts and County Criminal Courts at Law. The Assistant District Attorney duties include the following:
  • Prepare case files, evidence, documents for court proceedings
  • Interview victims and witnesses.
  • Analyze assigned cases and prepare the cases for trial.
  • Interact with victims, police, and witnesses to make critical decisions to support court proceedings.
  • Conduct legal research and prepare motions.
  • Present cases, cross examine witnesses, and make arguments in the court.
  • Perform administrative tasks in connection with other assigned duties.
  • Qualification and Experience:
  • Must have a J.D. from an accredited law school and Texas Bar certification. Should have a demonstrated commitment to public service and a strong academic record. Ideal candidates will also possess a capacity for fairness and empathy, a strong work ethic, an ability to manage a demanding work load, and sound problem-solving and decision-making skills.