Ryan takes the reigns as Pennsylvania’s interim Attorney General

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William Ryan Jr. Pennsylvania's Acting Attorney General

William Ryan Jr. has been called off the bench to take over as interim Attorney General. Ryan watched his former boss, Tom Corbett sworn-in as governor on Tuesday.

Under Corbett, Ryan was the number two person in the AG’s office. Ryan has worked as a state prosecutor for 11 years, previously serving as the head of the criminal law division.

Before joining the attorney general’s office, Ryan served as the district attorney in Delaware County.

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