Cobb County Government

General Information

The District Attorney's Office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

All applicants must pass a criminal background check prior to being accepted into any of these programs.

Criminal Investigations Unit

Interns and volunteers in this program are exposed to all aspects of prosecution and preparation, from warrant to trial. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to reviewing cases, assisting/observing Criminal Investigators, attending court, and working on special projects.

Law Interns – Trial Division

Criminal Prosecution Externship/Internship (Student Prosecutors)

The Trial Division of the District Attorney’s Office handles all pretrial and trial matters of indicted and accused felony cases.

Law Interns - Appellate

The Appellate Division is primarily responsible for all appeals and other post-trial matters in cases prosecuted by our office. Appellate interns work closely with the attorneys in the division, preparing appellate briefs and handling other matters that come into our division. Interns of the Appellate Division must be currently enrolled in law school.

Victim Witness Interns / Volunteers

The Victim Witness Assistance Unit of the District Attorney’s Office is responsible for providing direct support and notification services to victims and witnesses of felony criminal acts that occur in Cobb County.