2006-09-13 / Political Page

22 New Assistant DAs Sworn In As Class Of 2006

Twenty-two law school graduates were sworn in as Assistant District Attorneys in a ceremony in Queens District Attorney Richard Brown's office on September 5.

"These young men and women were hired after a highly selective recruitment process that I established soon after I became the District Attorney," Brown said. "They are bright young professionals from some of the nation's finest law schools who have elected to enter public service. I am proud to appoint them to serve the people of Queens County. I know that they will serve with distinction." District Attorney Richard A. Brown is surrounded by the 22 new assistant district attorneys who make up the Class of 2006 and who were sworn in September 5 in Brown's office. Back row (l. to r.): Zachary Reibstein, Thomas Brennan, Edward Suh, Matthew DePetro, Ajay Chheda, Alexander Gilbert, Frank DiPiazza, George Kanellopoulos, Ryan Clark and Andrew Wenzel; middle row (l. to r.): Jeanine Diehl, La Toya Krider, Renee Delgado, Brown, Sree Vamshi Reddy, Joy Parker and Emily Collins; seated (l. to r.): Marilyn Filingeri, Franchesca Fernandez, Tina Grillo, Soledad Diaz, Elizabeth Dank and Vanessa Olivier.

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