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    Summary

    Employment with the U.S. Attorney's Office is a unique and challenging experience for the highly motivated attorney. It is an opportunity to litigate a broad range of cases involving significant, complex issues on behalf of the United States in federal court being litigated today. Working in the Asset Forfeiture Section of the Criminal Division, you will be part of a dedicated team helping to enforce Federal criminal laws that protect life, liberty, and property.

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    Responsibilities

    As an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Asset Forfeiture Section of the Criminal Division, attorneys will be responsible for prosecuting federal crimes, including offenses involving cybercrime; complex fraud and/or corruption in government, health care, banking, securities, corporate activities, federal procurement, drug trafficking and smuggling; elder abuse; national security and border security; and money laundering. They will also work with law enforcement agencies to investigate such crimes, research and brief legal issues, and represent the United States in hearings, trials, and appeals.

    Day-to-day responsibilities include working with law enforcement agencies and others to investigate allegations of criminal conduct, coordinating with other sections in the Criminal Division, researching legal issues, drafting motions or motion responses, drafting search warrants, appearing before grand juries and in Court, and other litigation related duties.

    Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as an attorney's training and experience progress.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    29

  • Job family (Series)

    0905 Attorney

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/605423700. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.