Currently the York County District Attorney’s office consists of 83 people who are organized by teams. Team profiles can viewed by clicking on the underlined bold portions of this page. Teams are as follows:
- Executive Staff
- Felony Drugs
- Special Case Unit
- Team Snyder
- Team Trebilcock
- Team Bortner
- Team Musti Cook
- Team Ness
- Vehicular Crimes
- Juvenile Crimes
- Major Crimes
- Administrative Staff
The Executive Staff is involved with administration and the trial of major cases. Other trial teams are focused on the specific topic whose name they are assigned. Special Case Unit is involved with cases where young people are victims and Juvenile Crimes is assigned to young defendants. Appeals handles post conviction matters and matters involving the appellate courts.
Each Trial Team is supervised by a member of Executive Staff and is headed by a Team Leader who supervises other team members. Case Managers, Victim-Witness Coordinators, and a Unit Secretaries are also assigned. Trials are scheduled by executive staff with coordination from the Team Leaders.
The five general trial teams are assigned to a specific Judge to insure the flow of the Courtroom. Court Administration has assigned the Magisterial District Judges to Common Pleas Judges as follows:
- Judge Fawcett (Haskell, Eshbach, Manifold, Reilly, Thomas)
- Judge Renn (Morgan, Bloss, Eckenrode)
- Judge Bortner (Williams, Gross, Dubs)
- Judge Musti Cook (Toluba, Laird, Fishel, Edie)
- Judge Ness (Albright, Miner, Oberdorf, Clancy)
Administration is charged with support for the teams in matters such as employment training, and physical resources. Detectives provide trial team support as well as specialized law enforcement resources for York County’s police departments.