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Peter F. NeronhaDEMDemocrat Attorney General
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Peter Franz Neronha (born December 17, 1963) is an American lawyer and politician from Jamestown, Rhode Island who currently serves as the Attorney General of Rhode Island. He previously served as the United States Attorney for the District of Rhode Island under President Barack Obama from September 16, 2009 until March 10, 2017, after which he ran successfully as a Democrat for the office of Attorney General of Rhode Island in the 2018 elections.

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Education4 - 4 of 2
Boston College
JD Law
1986 - 1989
Boston College
Bachelor's Political Science
1981 - 1985
Past Positions1 - 5 of 5
Attorney General
State of Rhode Island
2019 - Current
United States Attorney
District of Rhode Island, United States Department of Justice
2009 - 2017
Assistant United States Attorney
United States Attorney's Office
2002 - 2009
Assistant Attorney General
State of Rhode Island
1996 - 2002
Attorney
Goodwin Procter
1989 - 1996
Other Experience1 - 2 of 2
Former Member
Boston College Law Review
Former Member
Attorney General’s Advisory Committee