Zinn Rowthorn Succeeding Dannehy at AG\’s Office

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\"jepsen\"Attorney General George Jepsen has announced the Perry Zinn Rowthorn will succeed Nora Dannehy as his deputy attorney general.

Dannehy, the acclaimed lead prosecutor in the case that sent former Gov. John G. Rowland to prison, is going to United Technologies Corp. Zinn Rowthorn, a UConn Law grad, has been an assistant attorney general since 1999.

\"zinn-rowthorn\"“I deeply appreciate the opportunity and honor to assist the Attorney General’s successful work on behalf of the people of Connecticut,” Zinn Rowthorn said in a statement released by Jepsen\’s office. “I look forward to working in this new role with him and our remarkable staff of lawyers and support personnel. I am also profoundly indebted to Nora Dannehy for her leadership, mentorship and friendship, and I wish her all the best in her new position.”

Current Associate Attorney General for Administration and Management Margaret Q. Chapple of Granby will replaces Zinn Rowthorn as associate attorney general for litigation.

[Chion Wolf photo of Zinn Rowthorn]

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