Position is a federally funded grant position and performs duties directly related to Internet Crimes Against Children. Current grant expires September 30, 2019 with the potential for annual renewal. Grant has been renewed each year since 1998. State benefits and retirement benefits included.
Under limited supervision, works with legal and other matters related to Internet crimes against children and child pornography. Will prosecute cases involving Internet crimes against children. Will advise law enforcement agents and prosecutors from around the state regarding legal issues arising out of Internet crimes against children. May make presentations regarding various legal issues involved in internet crimes against children cases. Will assist with internet crimes matters as assigned by the Attorney General, the Chief Deputy Attorney General, and/or other supervisors. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Attorney General, Chief Deputy Attorney General, and/or other supervisors.
Minimum and Additional Requirements
J.D. Degree required and at least two years of practicing experience. Experience in criminal law preferred. Must be a member and in good standing with the South Carolina Bar. Must satisfy Rule 403 requirements.
Knowledge of South Carolina laws, general case, statutory and common law; knowledge of judicial and quasi-judicial procedures and rules of guidance. Must have the ability to interpret and apply laws in court decisions and the ability to analyze facts, evidence and legal instruments. Must be able to express conclusions and arguments clearly and logically; Some travel required.