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Date: July 1, 2004
BRADY ANNOUNCES NEW CHIEF DEPUTY
Carl C. Danberg Appointed
(Wilmington, DE): Attorney General Jane Brady today announced her selection of Carl C. Danberg as the Chief Deputy Attorney General for the Department of Justice. Danberg, 39, of Newark, was a Deputy Attorney General from February, 1994 until June, 1996 when he accepted a position with the Delaware Department of Correction as the Deputy Principal Assistant to the Commissioner of Correction. Danberg will begin his position on August 2nd following his yearly two week service with the Delaware Army National Guard where he is a Captain in the Judge Advocate General Corps.
Attorney General Brady commented, “Carl is a very competent attorney with excellent administrative skills and broad-based experience. He will be a tremendous asset to the Department of Justice.”
Danberg is a graduate of the Widener University School of Law and the University of Delaware where he teaches as a part-time adjunct professor. Prior to his employment with the Department of Justice, Danberg was an associate at the law firm of Tybout, Redfearn & Pell, and worked as a staff member for the Biden senatorial and presidential campaigns. In addition to his membership in the Delaware Bar, Danberg is admitted to practice in the state of Maryland, the U.S. District Court of the District of Delaware and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.