Tuchi Named Interim U.S. Attorney For Arizona
By Andrew Ramonas | August 3, 2022 3:47 pm

John Tuchi will take the reins of the Arizona U.S. Attorney’s office until the Senate confirms a new U.S. Attorney for the district, The Arizona Daily Star reported this afternoon.

He was named the interim U.S. Attorney after Diane Humetewa stepped down yesterday. Read our post on her resignation here. The Senate has yet to consider President Obama’s nominee for the post, Phoenix lawyer Dennis Burke, a senior advisor to Janet Napolitano, secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. Click here to read more about Burke.

Tuchi, a federal prosecutor since 1998, was the office’s criminal division chief.

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