- Associated Press - Friday, May 20, 2016

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Veteran Connecticut prosecutor Anne Mahoney has been appointed the top law enforcement official in Windham County.

The state Criminal Justice Commission announced its appointment of Mahoney as Windham state’s attorney on Thursday. Mahoney will succeed Patricia Froehlich, who will retire Aug. 1 after 15 years in the post. Mahoney will serve the remaining year on Froehlich’s eight-year term.

Mahoney has been a state prosecutor since 1992 and has worked the past 23 years at Hartford Superior Court, where she has tried more than 60 cases to verdict. She was honored as the 2006 state prosecutor of the year.

She is a graduate of Trinity College and the University of Connecticut School of Law. She also served in the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps and attained the rank of captain.

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