BAKER NOMINATES SAFETY AIDE FOR JUDGESHIP
By Matt Murphy
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, MAY 15, 2019.....One of the Baker administration's senior public safety officials, who has worked on everything from the opioid crisis to impaired driving, was nominated by Gov. Charlie Baker for a judgeship on Wednesday.
Law Enforcement Undersecretary Jennifer Queally and Maj. Gen. Gary Keefe, the adjutant general, walked up the State House front steps at Gov. Charlie Baker's second term inauguration in 2019. [Photo: Sam Doran/SHNS]
The nomination of Jennifer Queally, undersecretary for law enforcement in the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, for a circuit judgeship at the District Court was one of two new judicial nominations made by the governor.
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