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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Coyne '06 on AG Workload

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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