Peterman Named Acting U.S. Attorney for Georgia Middle District
By Andrew Ramonas | July 31, 2022 1:12 pm

G.F. “Pete” Peterman III will be the acting U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia after Frank Maxwell Wood steps down today, The Associated Press reported.

The soon-to-be acting U.S. Attorney has worked in the Middle District office since 1990. He became the office’s criminal division chief in 1996 and its First Assistant U.S. Attorney in 1998. Peterman also served two prior stints as acting U.S. Attorney in 2000 and 2001.

He will serve as U.S. Attorney until there is a Senate-confirmed appointee for the Middle District. President Obama has yet to announce as U.S. Attorney nominee for the office.

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