Salary: $28.28 Hourly
Final Filing Date: Continuous
Responsible for converting evidence, such as, proprietary audio, video, and data files to a format that can be easily and effectively accessed, redacted, and presented in courtroom presentations via a laptop, document camera, or DVD player. Edits I redacts audio and video files to remove objectionable statements and admissions prior to courtroom presentation. Serves as the District Attorney representative and primary contact for law enforcement agencies regarding issues related to digital evidence. Assists with integration of office business practices with Odyssey Case Management System. Provides in-house training on various computer applications and programs used within the District Attorney's Office. Determines hardware, software or system specifications to receive, store and distribute all digital evidence electronically (instead of hard copy).
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Posted: October 18, 2018
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