2010-11-26 / Community

DA Brown Honored As Longest-Serving


Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown was recently honored by the Assistant District Attorney’s Association of Queens County for reaching his 50-year milestone of public service and becoming the longest serving district attorney in Queens County history. Attorney Todd D. Greenberg, the A.D.A.’s Association president and former assistant district attorney, presented the award to District Attorney Brown at the association’s Holiday Dinner and Meeting, which was held on November 18 at the Douglaston Club in Douglas Manor. Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown was recently honored by the Assistant District Attorney’s Association of Queens County for reaching his 50-year milestone of public service and becoming the longest serving district attorney in Queens County history. Attorney Todd D. Greenberg, the A.D.A.’s Association president and former assistant district attorney, presented the award to District Attorney Brown at the association’s Holiday Dinner and Meeting, which was held on November 18 at the Douglaston Club in Douglas Manor.

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