Northern Alabama Promotes Three Prosecutors
By Andrew Ramonas | September 21, 2022 9:48 pm
Northern District of Alabama U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance made three promotions in her office, her spokesperson said last week.
Here they are, with biographies from office spokesperson Peggy Sanford:
- Ramona Albin (Appellate Chief)
Albin graduated with honors from Wesleyan University and received her law degree from the University of Texas School of Law. After law school she was a prosecutor in the District Attorney’s Office in San Antonio, Texas, and later joined the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts. During her tenure as a trial attorney, she tried numerous jury and non-jury trials ranging from DWI to rape to murder cases. In January 2007, Ms. Albin joined the appellate division of the US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Alabama.
- Pat Meadows (Criminal Division Deputy Chief for Public Corruption)
Meadows has a BA from the University of Alabama. His JD is from Cumberland School of Law and his LLM in taxation from the University of Alabama Law School. He was a law clerk and staff attorney for the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals. Meadows worked as an assistant district attorney for Jefferson County, Bessemer Division. He was hired as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Northern District of Alabama in 1987. His primary areas of experience have been white collar crimes and public corruption. He is presently the district election officer and senior litigation counsel for the Northern District of Alabama. Meadows several times has lectured at the Department of Justice National Advocacy Center and at Ballot Integrity Voter Access Symposiums.
- Bill Simpson (Senior Litigation Counsel)
Simpson is a veteran prosecutor in the Northern District office. Sanford did not provide further biographical information on him. She is working to obtain it. We will add his biography when we get it.
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