United States Attorney Announces the Appointment of Two New Federal Prosecutors
DALLAS — United States Attorney Erin Nealy Cox announced today the appointment of Renee Hunter and Gregory Martin as Assistant United States Attorneys. Both were sworn in today before Chief Judge Barbara M. G. Lynn.
Ms. Hunter is assigned to the Economic Crimes & Public Corruption Section of the office’s Criminal Division, where she will focus on health care fraud cases. Most recently, Ms. Hunter worked as a litigation associate at the Dallas office of Thompson & Knight, focusing on white-collar criminal defense work with former U.S. Attorney Richard Roper. Before that, Ms. Hunter worked at Sidley Austin in Dallas. Ms. Hunter received her graduate degree from SMU Dedman School of Law, and received her undergraduate degree from Dallas Baptist University.
Mr. Martin is assigned to the Asset Recovery Unit within the office’s Criminal Division, where he will focus on our Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Initiative to build asset forfeiture cases from Bank Secrecy Act data. Most recently, Mr. Martin worked as a civil litigation associate at the San Diego office of Jones Day. Mr. Martin received his graduate degree from Northwestern University School of Law, and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois.
“We are proud to welcome Renee Hunter and Gregory Martin as Assistant United States Attorneys in the Northern District of Texas.” said U.S. Attorney Nealy Cox. “I am confident that they will both make a significant impact in our community and work tirelessly on behalf of the citizens of the United States.”
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