State Victim Advocate Quits After 16 Months On Job

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Connecticut State Victim Advocate Garvin Ambrose has announced his resignation from the post, less than 16 months after being appointed to the job. According to a news release distributed by the office of Gov. Dannel Malloy, Ambrose intends on relocating to his hometown of Chicago to accept a new professional opportunity.

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