New Jersey’s new head of the Division of Criminal Justice is a 36-year-old lawyer who has spent nearly all of her 10-year legal career as a federal prosecutor.

Deborah Gramiccioni, most recently a special assistant to New Jersey Attorney General Anne Milgram, was named to the post on June 20, replacing Gregory Paw, who returned to private practice.

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