Assistant DA hired in Fayette
Anthony S. Iannamorelli Jr. has been named an assistant district attorney in Fayette County.
Jack Heneks Jr., district attorney, announced the appointment on Wednesday.
Iannamorelli has worked as an intern in Heneks' office since the summer of 2010. He assisted with appellate matters and processed forfeitures for the county's drug task force.
Iannamorelli was admitted last month to practice law in all state courts and federal court in Pittsburgh. He is a 2008 graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a 2011 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh Law School.
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