President Trump reveals his Nominees for the United States Attorney Positions

Presidents Donald J. Trump has announced his first list of the United States Attorney candidates. The function of a United States Attorney is to act as the lead federal law enforcer in the federal judicial district that he or she is in charge. All the nominees that the president submitted share his vision of “Making America Safe Again,” and he has announced his intent to make them United States Attorneys.

 

  1. Michael Dunavant has been nominated to act as the United States Attorney for Tennessee’s Western District. Since 2006, Dunavant has been serving the 25th Judicial District in Tennessee as its District Attorney General. The position enabled him to handle significant prosecutions and several criminal offenses in five counties.

 

The candidate for the Middle District of Alabama’s United States Attorney is Louis V. Franklin, Sr. He spent 27 years serving the office and also acted as a criminal chief for about 16 years. Franklin has also held the Assistant United States Attorney position. He once served as a partner at Sirote and Permutt.

 

President Trump also nominated John W. Huber to take the District of Utah’s United States Attorney position. He once acted as a presidential appointee at the district for two years and was also offered the United States Attorney job by the Attorney General Jefferson B. Sessions.

 

The president’s nominee for the Northern District of Ohio’s office is Justin E. Herdman. He currently serves as an associate at a Jones Day-based firm that is called Investigations & White Collar Defense. Herdman once acted as Cleveland’s Assistant United States Attorney and was involved in a couple of terrorism cases.

 

Another United States Attorney candidate is Brian J. Kuester, and he has been proposed to serve the Eastern District of Oklahoma. He has been serving District 27 in Oklahoma as a District Attorney since 2011. Other nominees that were presented by President Trump for approval include Richard W. Moore for Southern District of Alabama, Jay E. Town for District of Alabama, and Jessie K. Liu for District of Columbia.