District Attorney Investigator Resume

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Career Objective:

With firm determination in applying my investigative skills for conducting serious crime and misdemeanor, I would like to work as a District Attorney Investigator and perform all necessary activities to book culprits.

Key Skills:

  • Profound experience of analyzing evidences and performing investigations
  • Strong organizational skills that help arrange evidences, material test reports etc
  • Proficient with law procedures and criminal trial regulations
  • Ability to conduct interrogations tactfully to obtain the required information

Work Experience:

Working as a Sr. District Attorney Investigator with Pittsburgh City Law Board
March 2014 – Present
My responsibilities include:

  • Support the district attorney in preparing case details by collecting and analyzing the important case related information
  • Hold discussions with the accused, crime victims and prime witnesses to gather information about the nature and occurrence of crime
  • Analyze the test reports of the collected circumstantial evidences and samples of body tissues and draw conclusions about the crime nature and pattern
  • Prepare a strong case file and note down valid details for prosecution

Working as a Jr. District Attorney Investigator with Pittsburgh City Law Board
October 2012 – February 2014
My responsibilities include:

  • Perform investigation for civil and criminal cases against the society and assist in conducting court trails in lawful manner
  • Interact with witnesses and victims to collect information of circumstance prior to crime and immediately after its occurrence
  • Collect on circumstantial evidences such as weapon, glass or metal pieces that may provide further information about the nature, cause and culprit of the crime
  • Perform medical tests on the collected samples of blood, skin, hair, nails or bones and analyze the test results to decipher the cause of death

Educational Qualifications:

Completed Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Pittsburgh University in the year 2012

Reference:

On request.

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