I'm about to start a job at a local prosecutor's office. Does anyone have any advice for me as a newbie, fledgling prosecutor? Not sure how much training I will receive, but I understand most offices that do give training usually don't train as to running a courtroom, plea negotiations, the tug of war in setting cases ready for trial, etc. Any advice/stories appreciated.
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Keep in mind that when you're new, defense counsel may try to get things past you (not all, but some). I've definitely had defense counsel say things like "I've NEVER seen a plea like this!!" when it's our standard plea and they've been practicing here for YEARS. (Judges will test you on stuff, too.) So try not to let them snow you.
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