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‘Honored to lead’: Board names Baltimore lawyer Natasha Dartigue as Maryland Public Defender, to serve 6 year term

May 20, 2022

Baltimore’s top public defender, Natasha Dartigue, will leave to become the Maryland public defender in July, the agency’s board of trustees announced Thursday. Dartigue, who is serving in her Baltimore role in an interim capacity, is replacing retiring Public Defender Paul B. DeWolfe and will serve a six-year term. The board selected Dartigue, a first-generation American, after a job search that started earlier this year.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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