Drysdale named new Crown attorney in Truro

Harry Sullivan
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TRURO - A Wallace native has been appointed as the latest Crown attorney to work out of the public prosecutor's office in Truro.
Paul Drysdale was named yesterday to the office by Martin Herschorn, director of the Public Prosecution Service.
The appointment brings the Truro complement of crown attorneys to three, while a fourth individual is expected to be named soon, an office spokesperson said recently.
Drysdale graduated from Mount Allison University as a dean's list student in 1987 with a bachelor of arts in international relations and diplomatic history. He went on to Dalhousie law school, graduating in 1991.
Among his other achievements, Drysdale worked in private practice in Amherst, where he specialized in family and criminal law, has acted as a per diem Crown attorney for the Public Prosecution Service and was a standing agent for the federal Department of Public Prosecutions.

Organizations: Public Prosecution Service, Mount Allison University, Department of Public Prosecutions

Geographic location: Truro, Wallace, Amherst

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