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CUA Law Alumnus, William McDermott '11, Named Interim State’s Attorney 

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McDermott Named Interim State’s Attorney

From: The Dispatch
By: Shawn Soper
Date: February 1, 2018

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William H. “Bill” McDermott '11 on Friday was sworn in as interim state’s attorney for Worcester County. McDermott, Oglesby’s long-time deputy state’s attorney, was named to the position by the Worcester County Circuit Court just before Oglesby was sworn in as the new Circuit Court Associate Judge.

McDermott brings to the table seven years of legal expertise to the Office of the State’s Attorney. In January 2011, he was assigned to the Circuit Court felony team as an assistant state’s attorney. He quickly became Oglesby’s chief deputy and was responsible for prosecuting some of Worcester County’s most notorious cases in recent years including murders, assaults, robberies, burglaries and other serious felonies, earning convictions and placing dangerous criminals in prison.

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