U.S. Attorney Announces Intent to Resign and Highlights Office Accomplishments
(STL.News) The Honorable Christina E. Nolan, U.S. Attorney for Vermont, announced she will tender her resignation, effective February 28, 2021. U.S. Attorney Nolan assumed the position on November 27, 2017, following the bipartisan recommendation of Senator Patrick Leahy and Governor Phil Scott; the President’s nomination; and unanimous confirmation by the U.S. Senate. U.S. Attorney Nolan stated: “I am deeply grateful to have had the opportunity for the last 11 years to work for Vermonters in the fight for justice with the talented and good people of the U.S. Attorney’s Office – its criminal and civil Assistant U.S. Attorneys, administrative staff, and support staff – and to have led this outstanding group since November 2017. Together, we secured justice, promoted public safety, and vindicated victims’ rights on behalf of Vermonters and the American people. It has been the honor and privilege of a lifetime to have been a part of this effort, and I am certain the U.S. Attorney’s Office will continue to accomplish impactful results in the years to come.”
U.S. Attorney Nolan’s tenure was marked by unity, teamwork, and mutual support within and across the Divisions of the Vermont USAO.