Charlottesville's Commonwealth's Attorney

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The Charlottesville Commonwealth's Attorney is an elected position responsible for overseeing the prosecution of criminal cases (felonies and misdemeanors) for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Attorneys in the office are responsible for assisting victims of any crime which occurs in the City of Charlottesville[1].


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Commonwealth's Attorney (locally elected constitutional officer)

Staff members (appointees)

Note: Staff members are neither state nor local employees, they are appointees of a locally elected constitutional officer and serve at the will and pleasure of that officer, concurrent with his or her term of office.[2]

Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney

  • Areshini Pather

Senior-Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney

  • Nina-Alice Antony

Assistant Commonwealth's Attorneys

  • Andrew Wilder
  • Samantha Markley
  • Cooper Vaughan

Administrative Assistants

  • Connie Eddins
  • Sissy Leatherwood

Previous Commonwealth's Attorneys

Previous staff members

  • Claude V. Worrell, II, Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney
  • Elizabeth V. Killeen, Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney
  • Joseph D. Platania, Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney
  • Katherine J. Peters, Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney
  • Matthew J. Quatrara, Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney
  • Wilshannoa McMullen, Domestic Violence Services Coordinator

References

  1. Web. Charlottesville - Commonwealth's Attorney office, City of Charlottesville, December 15, 2010, retrieved December 15, 2010.
  2. http://www.scb.virginia.gov/faqsmenu.cfm

External Links

city website