Work is performed under close supervision, with required assistance readily available.
Review investigative reports, testimonies, interviews, files, and documents for a variety of criminal cases to become familiar with the issues, and identify pertinent material. Reads and analyzes reports of investigating agencies and sorts through and reads subpoenaed documents and identifies and summarizes portions that may be relevant to particular cases.
Establishes and maintains an effective system of compiling, indexing, and organizing this information and its sources. Participates and assists in preparation for trial by compiling, organizing, and indexing various evidentiary exhibits. Marks and identifies trial exhibits and drafts a list of exhibits to be offered at trial.
Contractor will prepare narrative summaries, charts, tables, graphs, or other visual aids to be used at trial. Range of paralegal tasks include, but are not limited to copying, mailing, closing files, maintaining pleadings.
The candidate will be asked to assist with other administrative tasks as the sole support person in the branch office.
The contractor works in an office setting; some walking, standing, bending and carrying of small office items is requires. There may be a need for the candidate to work overtime depending on work and case load.
Reviews and analyzes the financial and management operations of a variety of commercial, Industrial, financial and other large, complex corporate organizations. Develops a financial profile of the organization to compile repmis and findings.
Demonstrates familiarity with applicable federal, state or local laws to the extent necessary to make sound decisions on direction and scope of the analysis and carries out the mission based on DOJ and USAO policy and long term objectives, such as the identification of sophisticated transactions, or partial and/or inadequate records.
Consults prescribed sources of information for facts relating to matters of interest to the program; Reviews documents to extract selected data and information relating to specific items;Reviews and summarizes information in prescribed format on case precedent and decisions; Searches and extracts legal references in libraries and computer-data banks; Attends hearings or court appearances to become informed on administrative and/or court procedures and the status of cases, and where necessary, assists in the presentation of charts and other visual information.
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