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Veteran Prosecutor Joins United States Attorney's Office

For Immediate Release
U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE – United States Attorney Aaron L. Weisman today announced the appointment and swearing-in of veteran Rhode Island state prosecutor Stacey P. Veroni as an Assistant United States Attorney.

Ms. Veroni, who most recently held the title of Senior Trial Attorney with the Rhode Island Department of the Attorney General, began her career as a state prosecutor in 1992. During her tenure with the Department of the Attorney General, Ms. Veroni, at various times, served as Chief of the Criminal Division, Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division, Chief of the Narcotics and Organized Crime Division, and Chief of the Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Unit.

A graduate of Boston College, Ms. Veroni earned her Juris Doctor at Suffolk University.

Ms. Veroni currently serves as an adjunct professor at Salve Regina University, Providence College, Community College of Rhode Island, and Johnson and Wales University.

In welcoming Ms. Veroni to the United States Attorney’s Office, United States Attorney Aaron L. Weisman commented, “We so much look forward to the deep experience, work ethic, and legal skills that Stacey will continue to bring to bear, now as a federal prosecutor, for the people of Rhode Island.”



Jim Martin
(401) 709-5357

Updated August 5, 2019

Office and Personnel Updates
Press Release Number: 19-97