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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Charlie Baker Appoints Quinn as Bristol County District Attorney





Charlie Baker Appoints Quinn as Bristol County District Attorney

Boston – Governor Charlie Baker today appointed Thomas M. Quinn III as District Attorney for Bristol County.  The district attorney is responsible for overseeing office operations and his appointment is effective immediately.  Quinn will serve his term until the next district attorney is elected in the next biennial election of November 2016.

“Tom is an experienced manager with a solid record that fully qualifies him for the position of district attorney and I am pleased to announce his appointment to this important post,” said Governor Baker.  “Tom has loyally served the entire community and earned their support, demonstrating true professionalism and steady leadership throughout his career.  I am confident that he will continue to dutifully serve the citizens of Bristol County and our Commonwealth.”

“I am glad to announce Tom’s appointment as District Attorney for Bristol County and have full confidence that he will continue his career of devoted service to support the people of Bristol County and our state,” said Lt. Governor Karyn Polito.

“It is an honor to receive this appointment from Governor Baker and I look forward to continuing to serve the people of Bristol County as the district attorney,” said Quinn.

About Thomas M. Quinn III:

Quinn first worked in the Bristol County DA’s office as an Assistant DA from 1988 to 1997.  He later worked in private practice in Fall River, representing clients through the Committee for Public Counsel Services.  Quinn recently served as First Assistant DA, supervising all prosecution in Superior Court cases in Bristol County Superior Court.  Quinn is deeply invested in his community, serving as a member of the Bishop Connolly High School Board of Trustees, Nativity Preparatory School Advisory Board and the Holy Name Parish Finance Council.  Quinn grew up in Dartmouth and graduated from the College of the Holy Cross and Suffolk University Law School. He lives in Fall River with his wife, Sharon, and has three children.

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