George Beck was sworn in as U.S. Attorney in Alabama’s Middle District on July 6th. The U.S. Senate had earlier confirmed the Montgomery lawyer after a long wait as the new chief federal prosecutor in Montgomery. His nomination by President Obama was approved on a voice vote. George is a former Deputy Attorney General for the State of Alabama, serving with then-Attorney General Bill Baxley. He was instrumental in transforming the Attorney General’s office into a highly-functional operation. Most recently, George has been a successful lawyer in the Capital City, handling a number of high-profile cases as a defense lawyer. In my opinion, the Geneva County native will do an outstanding job as U.S. Attorney. In fact, George may well be the most qualified person to ever hold this position. All of us at Beasley Allen wish George the very best as he starts a new and exciting journey in his professional life.
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