State AG's multicounty grand jury unit gets new leader
BY World Capitol Bureau
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
1/16/13 at 3:56 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY - Megan Tilly has been chosen as the new chief of the Attorney General's Office's multicounty grand jury unit, Attorney General Scott Pruitt's office said Tuesday.
She succeeds Charles S. Rogers, who recently was promoted to senior assistant attorney general.
The grand jury investigates criminal matters in all 77 counties and handles matters of state interest as well as assisting local law enforcement.
Tilly received a bachelor's degree from Washington and Lee University in Virginia and a law degree from the University of Oklahoma.
She has been an assistant attorney general to the multicounty grand jury and an assistant district attorney for Logan and Payne counties.
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