U.S. Attorney Announced Latest Assistant U.S. Attorney Hires

(STL.News) – Below please find for new Assistant U.S. Attorneys hired and placed in this office. Thank you.

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Brian Dunn came to the office after nearly 11 years as a deputy district attorney at the Denver District Attorney’s Office.  Before that, he was in private practice at firms in Chicago and New York.  He earned his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center. Brian is assigned to the office’s Violent Crime and Immigration Enforcement Section of the Criminal Division.

Cyrus Chung came to the office after serving as an Assistant District Attorney in the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts.  Prior to that he clerked for 1st Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Bruce M. Selya and Judge Richard J. Holwell of the Southern District of New York, and also spent 2 years in private practice.  Cyrus earned his law degree from Harvard Law School.  He is assigned to the office’s Narcotics Section of the Criminal Division.

R. Josh Player joined the office after 22 years of legal practice.  During that time he was a Senior Attorney/Unit Chief for the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office, Assistant Attorney General for the State of Utah, a solo practitioner, and clerked for a State District Court Judge.  Josh earned his law degree from Seattle University School of Law.  He is assigned to the Durango Branch Office and focuses on Indian Country prosecutions and serves as the office’s trial liason.

Laura McNabb came to the office after 3 years in a private practice.  She clerked for Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Nancy E. Rice and 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Judge David. M. Ebel. Laura earned her B.A. from the University of Denver and her J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School.  Laura is assigned to the office’s Civil Division.

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