CJC: News Releases
News Releases


News Releases
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5/19/2016Anne Mahoney Appointed State’s Attorney For Judicial District of Windham
  The Honorable Richard N. Palmer, Chair of the Criminal Justice Commission, announced today that the Commission has appointed veteran prosecutor Anne Mahoney as State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of Windham.
 
6/30/2015Richard J. Colangelo, Jr., Appointed State’s Attorney For Judicial District of Stamford-Norwalk
 
6/27/2014Brian Preleski Reappointed New Britain State’s Attorney
 
6/9/2014John J. Russotto Reappointed as Deputy Chief State’s Attorney
  The Honorable Richard N. Palmer, Chair of the Criminal Justice Commission, announced that the Commission has reappointed John J. Russotto as Deputy Chief State’s Attorney for Personnel, Finance and Administration.
 
6/20/2013Leonard C. Boyle Reappointed Deputy Chief State’s Attorney for Operations
  Chief State's Attorney Kevin T. Kane (left) administers the oath of office to Deputy Chief State's Attorney Leonard C. Boyle.The Honorable Richard N. Palmer, Chair of the Criminal Justice Commission, announced that Leonard C. Boyle has been reappointed as Deputy Chief State’s Attorney for Operations.
 
6/18/2012Criminal Justice Commission Reappoints State’s Attorneys for Hartford, Waterbury Judicial Districts
  The Honorable Richard N. Palmer, Chair of the Criminal Justice Commission, announced today that the Commission has reappointed Gail P. Hardy as State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of Hartford and Maureen Platt as State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of Waterbury.
 
11/2/2011Peter McShane Appointed State's Attorney for Middlesex Judicial District
  The Honorable Richard N. Palmer, Chair of the Criminal Justice Commission, announced that the Commission has appointed Peter A. McShane as State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of Middlesex.
 
9/13/2011Brian Preleski Appointed State's Attorney for Judicial District of New Britain
  Attorney Preleski joined the Division of Criminal Justice in 1993 and is currently a Senior Assistant State’s Attorney in the Office of the State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of New Britain. He has tried more than 40 criminal jury cases, including several homicide cases.