A State Attorney is one of the most important positions in the legal system of any state. The role of a State Attorney is to ensure that justice is served and that the laws of the state are upheld. To do this job effectively, a State Attorney must possess a number of important qualities.
Firstly, integrity is essential for a State Attorney. They must be honest, and ethical and have a strong moral compass, as they will be dealing with sensitive and often complex legal matters. Second, leadership is crucial, as a State Attorney must be able to inspire and motivate their team of lawyers to work towards the common goal of upholding justice. Finally, legal expertise is essential for State Attorneys, as they must have a thorough understanding of the law in order to make sound decisions and provide effective legal counsel. By possessing these qualities, a State Attorney can ensure that they are able to effectively serve the people of their state and uphold the rule of law.
“We cannot change what we are not aware of, and once we are aware, we cannot help but change.“
― Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead
From volunteers and entry level positions to leadership staff, The State Attorney’s Office 9th Judicial Circuit is dedicated to developing professional prosecutors offering career development programs.
State of Florida employee benefits include: health, dental, vision, life, attorney benefits, annual and sick leave.
We believe that a well-rounded professional should have a well-balanced life — including work, family, and self-priorities. Work-life balance is an essential priority for our staff