Zachary Deitterick

Throughout my time here at the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office I have gained an ample amount of knowledge about the Kentucky legal system.  During my time here, I most enjoyed getting to go to District and Circuit court and observing the different types of court cases that are held in each.  Getting to see a variety of criminal court cases has opened my eyes to the many types of law that there are to practice.  This experience here, has allowed me to see what exactly a status hearing is, along with other types of hearings. I have gotten the chance to see the process of someone being arrested all the way up to them being prosecuted and sentenced for the crime that they have committed.  This site has been great to me in helping me learn all that there is to know about the legal system and how it works.  Also during my time here, at the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, I enjoyed seeing what it is like to be a crime victims’ advocate.  I got to see first hand what the typical days consist of for them, and the different things that they are required to do.

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