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U.S. Attorney John Durham at reception with Deputy Chief State's Attorney Leonard Boyle and University of St. Joseph President Rhona Free
Cool Justice Editor's Note: Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham detailed his role as a special prosecutor in the Whitey Bulger case at the University of St. Joseph in West Hartford Monday night. Former federal prosecutor Leonard Boyle, now Connecticut's Deputy Chief State's Attorney, worked with Durham on that case and introduced him to a crowd of students, faculty, law enforcement officers, judges and the public. Kathleen Mullen, director of the university's program in Criminal Justice/Restorative Justice, introduced Boyle. Links below include an interview with The Boston Globe's Kevin Cullen and Shelley Murphy and stories by Edmund Mahony of The Hartford Courant.
Kathleen Mullen, director of the university's program in Criminal Justice/Restorative Justice
Deputy Chief State's Attorney Leonard Boyle
USJ President Rhona Free on Ray Dunaway Show Fri., 3-2-18,WTIC1080