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Justices are court officials in charge of making the final decision of cases on the Supreme Court and appeals courts. They can be appointed or elected by the higher court officials. While they do not hold trials, they review documentation that comes from lower courts before decision making. They hear oral argumentation on certain cases from attorneys. Full court justices decide on combining prominent or more complex cases. They also issue a well-written legal opinion.

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Justice Responsibilities

Here are examples of responsibilities from real justice resumes representing typical tasks they are likely to perform in their roles.

  • Lead and perform on teams task with preparing projects illustrating range of criminal justice topics; prepare and deliver presentations.
  • Serve as capstone and academic adviser to criminal justice and business students.
  • Serve as a capstone project advisor for business students who complete and defend their paper.
  • Aid in the response to critical, life threatening situations utilizing the appropriate first aid and CPR techniques.
  • Conduct exploratory research on diverse topics throughout individual and team-driven projects.
  • Provide oversight in presenting PowerPoint presentations to executive staff and senior management personnel.
  • Edit photo and written content for communications materials including PowerPoint presentations and website content.
  • Prepare presentations to educate attorneys, medical societies, and local governments on emergency management and disaster recovery.
  • Provide necessary troubleshooting, daily training, and logistic assistance to emergency services on infrastructure evaluation and planning.
  • Process some currency postings and generate statements on review accounts, decide cancellation status and process in keeping with departmental procedures.
  • Ensure all documents are properly authorize and support according to department policies, procedures, regulatory practices, and legal requirements.
  • Prepare agency IOC's to be distribute to TDCJ regional directors with employee arrest information.
  • Talk with other TDCJ purchasers about problems with purchase orders in order to resolve problems with vendors.
  • Conduct research on various criminal justice issues including DUI, crime, and policing.

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