The Klamath County District Attorney’s office is currently being managed by Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum, through Senior Assistant Attorney General John Casalino of the Criminal Justice Division of the Oregon Department of Justice. The Criminal Justice Division provides investigation, prosecution, training, and legal services to support Oregon’s District Attorney offices and law enforcement agencies. Assistant Attorneys General from this Division travel to local communities and prosecute crimes throughout Oregon to make all Oregon counties safer.
We currently have openings for DDA1, DDA2, and DDA3 positions!
Benefits include overtime pay, moving expenses, and real immediate person crime case experience and training.
What we do:
File criminal cases that have been submitted to us by a police agency.
Represent the people of the State of Oregon in Court by prosecuting people who violate the state’s criminal laws both felonies and misdemeanors.
Present criminal cases to the Grand Jury; prepare and present cases in Circuit Court.
Help victims of crime by keeping them informed of the case progress, arranging for an opportunity to be heard in court, and obtaining restitution orders.
Prosecute juvenile offenders and handle dependency cases in Juvenile Court.