The National Board of Justice (JNJ) reported that a total of 80 applicants for legal justices of the peace and provincial deputy prosecutors will be evaluated through a case study, the week of August 15 to 19.
This is the third stage of calls No. 007-2021-SN/JNJ and 008-2021-SN/JNJ to which they arrive 15 candidates for justices of the peace and 65 for provincial deputy prosecutors, who will choose a case at random. The choice of the theme will be in a public act transmitted by the institutional social networks.
The applicants will have 80 minutes to carry out the respective analysis and another 20 minutes to support it before a jury.who will have an additional 20 minutes to answer questions.
The evaluators are eight university professors specialized in the subjects of the postulation places, according to the regulations of the contests for the selection and appointment of judges and prosecutors.
Candidates who obtain more than 66.66 points may request an evaluation to certify their knowledge of a native language and access the matching bonusif the position they are applying for is favorably Quechua or Aymara.
The publication of the scores and the applicants suitable for the personal interview will take place on August 19 through the Official Gazette of the Judiciary.