Oklahoma multicounty grand jury unit gets new chief

Assistant Attorney General Megan Tilly was appointed Tuesday as the chief of the Oklahoma attorney general's multicounty grand jury unit.
Modified: January 15, 2013 at 7:48 pm •  Published: January 16, 2013
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Multicounty grand jury unit gets new chief

Assistant Attorney General Megan Tilly was appointed Tuesday as the chief of the attorney general's multicounty grand jury unit, Attorney General Scott Pruitt said. She succeeds Charles Rogers, who was promoted last week to senior assistant attorney general. Tilly will lead the state's multicounty jury, which will begin its 14th session later this month in Oklahoma City. The grand jury investigates criminal matters in all 77 Oklahoma counties and handles matters of state interest, as well as assisting local law enforcement. Tilly has served as an assistant attorney general in the multicounty grand jury unit, and as an assistant district attorney for Logan and Payne counties, prosecuting various crimes.

MICHAEL MCNUTT,

CAPITOL BUREAU



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