SAVANNAH, GA: The first-ever dedicated prosecutor from Fort Stewart and a specialized animal cruelty prosecutor represent historic appointments bolstering the ranks of the Southern District of Georgia U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Capt. Darron Hubbard, of Savannah, and Jessica Rock, of Jackson, Ga., have been sworn into office to serve the United States in the Southern District of Georgia U.S. Attorney’s Office, said Bobby L. Christine, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia. Hubbard will serve as a full-time Special Assistant U.S. Attorney (SAUSA) in the Savannah Office, while Rock will serve as an SAUSA dedicated to animal cruelty cases.
“Our office’s resounding prosecutorial success in leveraging outstanding U.S. Army JAG Corps attorneys to serve full-time assignments in the U.S. Attorney’s Office continues to reap benefits for our law enforcement efforts while providing valuable experience to military attorneys,” said U.S. Attorney Christine. “In addition, a prosecutor specializing in animal cruelty cases adds tremendous firepower in our work to eradicate animal fighting operations in the Southern District and beyond.”
The new appointees are:
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Georgia, led by U.S. Attorney Bobby L. Christine, prosecutes cases involving violations of federal laws, and represents the interests of the United States government and its agencies in criminal and civil matters.in the 43 counties of the Southern District.
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