State Attorney Angela Corey is pleased to offer a legal internship opportunity to individuals who may be considering a career in prosecution. This program is designed to offer students a glimpse of life as a prosecutor or prosecution support specialist. The program is structured to expose students to a variety of prosecution experiences.
Prosecution experiences provided:
- A variety of trials including criminal (misdemeanor, felony, and juvenile) and civil (forfeitures and Jimmy Ryce) followed by discussion with the prosecuting attorney regarding any issues or questions about the trial
- A one-on-one “Shadowing” experience with an attorney prosecuting in a field of your choice (Special Prosecution, Sexual Assault, Homicide/Major Crimes, Juvenile, and Felony)
- Small group meeting with the State Attorney and/or Senior Attorneys in an informal setting.
- Tours of support facilities may include: The Duval County Correctional Facility, The Florida Department of Law Enforcement regional crime lab, The Duval County Medical Examiner’s Office, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, the JSO forfeiture warehouse and evidence room.
Projects to which Interns May Be Assigned:
- Monitoring inmate jail calls for relevant information pertaining to the prosecution’s case.
- Restitution Recovery for victims of crimes.
- File review and organization.
- Prosecution support services through assistance in trial preparation and technical support.
- Legal research and writing
Applications for unpaid summer 2013 internships will be accepted until March 15, 2013.
State Attorney 4th Judicial Circuit Interns. For more information, please refer to the Intern Information Guide below. To apply, complete the volunteer application below and email it to: email@example.com
After downloading, you must print the application and complete it using a pen or typewriter. This form cannot be filled out on your computer and may not be submitted via e-mail.
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