I wanted to alert you to a leadership change within the Criminal Justice Division. Darin Tweedt will no longer serve as Chief Counsel of the Criminal Justice Division. During this transition, Michael Slauson, the Attorney General’s Special Counsel on Public Safety, will serve as the acting division administrator until a permanent Chief Counsel is appointed.
Darin will continue to work as a Senior Assistant Attorney General within the Department of Justice, and I would like to especially thank him for his service as Chief Counsel for 5 years and for his ongoing commitment to DOJ.
Michael Slauson previously worked in our Criminal Justice Division from September 2002 to July 2013, and has subsequently served in multiple roles throughout the agency, including most recently as a key advisor to the Attorney General. Michael has years of experience prosecuting complex cases and upholding criminal convictions, and I know he will use his open communication style and strong ties within the criminal justice community to provide immediate support to the division.
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