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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