A conversation with Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn


Guest: Matt Denn

This January, MATT DENN became Delaware’s 45th Attorney General. He has a long history of service to the state: prior to being elected as AG, he served as the Lieutenant Governor of Delaware under Jack Markell, and he also served as Insurance Commissioner for the First State. In this hour of Radio Times, we’ll hear from Denn about his plans for the office as well as some of the challenges that the state faces including Wilmington’s crime problem, issues around the medical examiner’s office, police-community relations, and his establishment of a civil rights office within the state’s Department of Justice. We’ll also discuss his predecessor Beau Biden, his transition into his new role within state government, and what the future holds for Delaware. Join us.

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