Abraham George, an eight-year veteran of the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, has resigned his position in anticipation of opposing Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes in next year’s Democratic primary. George, 33, began working as an assistant district attorney in 2004, immediately after graduating from the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. He initially worked in the trial division’s special narcotics unit, later moving to the narcotics gangs unit and the homicide investigative unit. In the two years up to his last day, July 2, he worked in the trial division on general criminal matters.
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