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October 9, 2012

Sedgwick County prosecutors honored at state conference

Assistant Sedgwick County District Attorney Trinity Muth was named 2012 Kansas Prosecutor of the Year this week at the Kansas County and District Attorneys Association fall conference in Overland Park. Muth, who has been with the office for seven years, is a member of the office’s Gang and Violent Crimes Unit and was nominated for his successful prosecution of several gang-related homicides and other crimes of violence.

Assistant Sedgwick County District Attorney Trinity Muth was named 2012 Kansas Prosecutor of the Year this week at the Kansas County and District Attorneys Association fall conference in Overland Park. Muth, who has been with the office for seven years, is a member of the office’s Gang and Violent Crimes Unit and was nominated for his successful prosecution of several gang-related homicides and other crimes of violence.

District Attorney Nola Foulston was presented with the organization’s Lifetime Achievement Award, which is given to a prosecutor with least 25 years of service to the public as a prosecutor. At the conclusion of her current term, Foulston will have served as a Sedgwick County prosecutor for 28 years.

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