An Executive Assistant District Attorney (E.A.D.A.), is a title given to senior management in a District Attorney's office. The people usually report directly to the District Attorney himself/herself. The exact roles and job assignments for each title vary with each individual office, but generally include management of the daily activities within the office. Generally speaking they are usually assigned to manage divisions within the District Attorney's office and they have several specialized bureaus under them. An Executive Assistant District Attorney is higher than: an Assistant District Attorney, a Deputy Bureau Chief Assistant District Attorney, a Bureau Chief Assistant District Attorney, and District Attorney investigators; but are lower than the Chief Assistant District Attorney who is the second in command, and of the Manhattan District Attorney who is in charge.
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