Quinn seeking county prosecutor positionFebruary 11, 2014
From local sources
Anthony D. Quinn has announced his candidacy for Dubois County prosecutor.
Quinn of Jasper, 41, has practiced law in Dubois County for more than 15 years, having served as either deputy or chief deputy prosecutor for more than nine years. Currently, the Democrat is the county’s chief deputy prosecutor. Quinn said in his statement his experience as a prosecutor and through work in private practice is invaluable.
Quinn, the son of Joette and the late Ted Quinn, was born and raised in Dubois County. He and his family live on Jasper’s north side. Quinn graduated from Northeast Dubois High School and studied at the University of Southern Indiana before earning his law degree from Valparaiso University. Quinn returned to Dubois County and has practiced law here since.
Quinn is a member and past president of the Dubois County Bar Association. He helped establish and is a member of the Dubois County Drug Court Team. He is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys hunting and fishing.
Quinn said in his statement, “Over the coming weeks, (I am) looking forward to meeting with community and business leaders, law enforcement officials and citizens of Dubois County, all of whom deeply care about building and maintaining a strong and safe Dubois County, to discuss and share ideas on how to accomplish that common goal.”
If elected, Quinn said he looks forward to the opportunity to represent the citizens of Dubois County.
“My vision is to make the prosecutor’s office as efficient as possible while holding those accountable for the crimes they have committed,” he said in his announcement. “I believe my experience as a prosecutor only strengthens my ability to make those difficult decisions.”
Current county prosecutor Kevin Crouse announced last week his plans to run for Dubois Circuit Court judge.
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