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Five Prince George's County Prosecutor Alumnae

Thursday, March 15, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Joe Libertelli
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Although widely known for its representation of indigent people and having graduated many a public defender, UDC Law also has its share of graduates who go on to careers prosecuting crime.  Pictured below are five recent graduates who are all Assistant State's Attorneys for Prince George's County, Maryland.  (Thank you to Lakuita Bittle, '15, for organizing this photo!)

Jacqueline B. Oudia, ’10, Latrice Flucas-Cush, ’03, Stacey Cobb-Smith, ’06, Julia Gagne Rupert, ’14, Lakuita N. Bittle, ’15

In photo from left, Jacqueline B. Oudia, ’10, Latrice Flucas-Cush, ’03, Stacey Cobb-Smith, ’06, Julia Gagne Rupert, ’14, Lakuita N. Bittle, ’15. Photo credit: Michael Hall, Demonstrative Evidence, Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office.

 


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