Deputy City Attorney – CANNABIS ABATEMENT AND PROSECUTION SECTION Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office

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Deputy City Attorney – CANNABIS ABATEMENT AND PROSECUTION SECTION Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office 200 North Main Street, Los Angeles, CA Full Job Description MICHAEL N. FEUER, LOS ANGELES CITY ATTORNEY POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY – CANNABIS ABATEMENT AND PROSECUTION SECTION PROBLEM PROPERTY PROSECUTION DIVISION CRIMINAL AND SPECIAL LITIGATION BRANCH ANNUAL SALARY RANGE: $87,821 – $157,831 POSITION: Attorney in the Cannabis Abatement and Prosecution Section in the Problem Property Prosecution Division of the Criminal and Special Litigation Branch. DIVISION: The Problem Property Prosecution Division is comprised of the Cannabis Abatement and Prosecution Section (CAPS), Citywide Nuisance Abatement Program (CNAP), and Code Enforcement and Animal Protection Unit. CAPS is responsible for criminal and civil prosecution of unlicensed and unlawful Commercial Cannabis Activity. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The CAPS attorney will be responsible for the following: Vertical prosecution of criminal cases involving unlicensed and unlawful Commercial Cannabis Activity — from the filing of the criminal case through trial and appeal; Prosecution of civil cases involving unlicensed and unlawful Commercial Cannabis Activity as appropriate — from the drafting and filing of the civil complaint through the conclusion of the civil case; Working cooperatively with prosecutors assigned to the various sections of the Problem Property Prosecution Division, and various Criminal Branch Offices, to effectively address issues involving unlicensed and unlawful Commercial Cannabis Activity; Working collaboratively with LAPD, the community and other stakeholders to address issues involving unlicensed and unlawful Commercial Cannabis Activity; Attending community meetings and making presentations regarding Commercial Cannabis Activity; Providing regular status reports to management regarding unlicensed and unlawful Commercial Cannabis Activity in the attorney’s assigned LAPD Bureau; and Maintaining current status log entries in the CNAP database and related databases. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants for this position must have a license to practice law in all of the courts in the State of California. Additional requirements include:…

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