State Prosecution Support Division
The State Prosecution Support Division researches, analyzes and distributes technical legal information on contemporary appellate issues, new criminal legislation, evidentiary law and procedures, trial strategies, and prosecution tactics. Attorneys in the Division research law, prepare legal memoranda and file law briefs in support of the State’s position in pending appellate litigation; develop and regularly update trial and form manuals for prosecutors at all levels of state prosecution. Additionally, attorneys in the Division are responsible for prosecuting cases assigned to the Council by the Georgia Office of Attorney General as a result of a District Attorney or Solicitor-General conflict.
Each member of the State Prosecution Support Division has unique responsibilities and focuses on specialized areas of prosecution practice, including:
- Capital Litigation & Homicide
- Traffic Safety Resource Program
- Elder & Disabled Adult Abuse
- Crimes Against Children
- Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
- Gang Crime
Additional resources on these topics and more are available to Georgia prosecutors. Select ‘Member Login’ below.
NOTE: Members are limited to individuals who are gainfully employed by a District Attorney, Solicitor-General, or Attorney General office within Georgia.