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DA Brown sworn in to office

Judge Milton Mollen (l.) administers the oath of office for Queens District Attorney RIchard Brown (r.) and Brown's wife Rhoda holds the Bible. Mollen is the former presiding justice of the Appellate Division, Second Department, of the state
Supreme Court and Chair of the Mollen Commission. Photo courtesy Queens DA
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Queens District Attorney Richard Brown was sworn in for his sixth four-year term, extending his record as the longest-tenured district attorney in Queens history. Brown took the oath of office in front of approximately 100 colleagues, public officials and family gathered at the DA’s third-floor conference room.

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