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Anonymous User wrote:For anyone who interviewed with Miami, are all 3 rounds panel interviews? How does it work?
1st round- Mostly hypos w/ 2 SA's
2nd round- Long, very complicated hypo w/ 1 SA
3rd round- Met with elected SA Katherine Fernandez-Rundle
Mines was: 1) Hypos with 1 ASA, 2) No hypos with 1 EASA, 2) Conversation w/ SA
Do you guys mind my asking how they went? Anything I can prepare for?
I would check out the hypos/advice from last year's thread and maybe even 2014's as well, that was really helpful. First round had a few basic questions- why prosecution, why Miami, why this office. Then they gave me a hypo and wanted me to walk them through my thought process on what I would do as a prosecutor, what constitutional rights were involved. They changed it up as they went along, challenged me on my decisions. Second round- no questions other than an incredibly long, complicated hypo; requiring same type of Brady/ethical/constitutional analysis as before. Know Crim Pro like the back of your hand. Third round- with KFR, who is very friendly and conversational. Asked lots of personal questions, borderline inappropriate, but you just have to keep your composure, be friendly and answer her questions. I haven't heard yet whether I've been dinged or not, so fingers crossed...