U.S. Sens. Reed, Whitehouse advocate civil chief as following U.S. Lawyer

PROVIDENCE — U.S. Sens. Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse proposed Tuesday that the main of the civil division of the U.S. Attorney’s business be named as Rhode Island’s leading federal regulation enforcement officer. 

The senators declared their advice to President Joe Biden that Assistant U.S. Lawyer Zachary A. Cunha be nominated as the following U.S. Attorney for Rhode Island.

 “Zachary Cunha is an skilled prosecutor with an exemplary file of support in the U.S. Attorney’s place of work.  He is an excellent candidate to consider on this new purpose and has sound associations with the legislation enforcement, authorized, and neighborhood communities. He has a document of keeping the powerful accountable and recognizing the electric power and obligation of the U.S. Attorney’s business office. We are assured Mr. Cunha will be an outstanding U.S. Legal professional who will faithfully implement the legislation and provide and shield the people today of Rhode Island,” Reed and Whitehouse mentioned in a statement.