The ProJo profiles prosecutor Terence Coyne '06, with the Attorney General seeking more lawyers and support staff even as the governor seeks cuts.

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The ProJo profiles prosecutor Terence Coyne '06, with the Attorney General seeking more lawyers and support staff even as the governor seeks cuts.

Terence Coyne '06PROVIDENCE, January 6, 2012 – Mondays are Terence M. Coyne [RWU Law '06]’s busiest days. On this morning in early December, the prosecutor has a 12-page calendar to conference with Superior Court Judge Susan E. McGuirl.

Court doesn’t officially start until 9:30 a.m. but by 6:30, Coyne, one of six lawyers in Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin [RWU Law '98]’s Domestic Violence/ Sexual Assault Unit, has already stopped at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Johnston, wolfed down a breakfast sandwich and is at his desk in his tiny cubicle of an office on South Main Street. [...]

  Kilmartin is looking to hire more lawyers and support staff at a time when the governor is looking for budget cuts.[...]

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