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U.S. Attorney’s Office has three new federal prosecutors to serve Illinois’ Southern District

FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, Ill. – The U.S. Attorney’s Office has sworn in three new federal prosecutors to serve the Southern District of Illinois.

“It’s an honor to welcome new federal prosecutors to our office,” said U.S. Attorney Rachelle Aud Crowe. “Each attorney has a deep knowledge of and respect for the law, and I look forward to supporting them in their new roles.”

Amanda McQuaid, Madalyn Campbell and Kathleen Howard joined the office in various Assistant U.S. Attorney positions. McQuaid will focus on e-Litigation, Campbell fills a position to prosecute domestic terrorism and other violent crime cases and Howard joins the office’s Fraud and Corruption unit.

Before becoming AUSAs, McQuaid served as a law clerk to the Honorable District Judge David W. Dugan of the Southern District of Illinois, Campbell was an Assistant Attorney General for the Missouri Attorney General’s Office and Howard was in private practice.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of Illinois serves the lower 38 counties of the state. The main office is in Fairview Heights with branch offices in Benton and East St. Louis.

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