County Detectives Association of PA Backs Meg Sullivan for Superior Court

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The County Detectives Association of Pennsylvania endorsed Megan Sullivan for Superior Court. This endorsement builds on announcements that the Pennsylvania State Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police and the Pennsylvania State Troopers Association are also backing Sullivan for Superior Court Judge.

“Megan Sullivan has distinguished herself as an Attorney and as an Assistant District Attorney and as a Deputy Attorney General,” said Richard Marsh Sr., executive director of the County Detectives Association of Pennsylvania. “She has advocated for the law-abiding citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and her tireless effort to bring justice to the citizens of our Commonwealth demonstrates her capability as an admired leader.  The members of the County Detectives Association of Pennsylvania are proud to endorse Megan Sullivan for Judge of the Superior Court, and we thank her for her years of service and wish her continued success.”

The County Detectives Association of Pennsylvania represents chief detectives and their investigators from across the Commonwealth and it is one of the largest professional law enforcement networks in Pennsylvania.

“I am honored that the County Detectives Association and so many other law enforcement voices have stepped forward to support my campaign for Superior Court,” said Megan Sullivan.  “During my 12 years as a prosecutor in the District Attorney’s Office and the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office, I worked side-by-side with many county detectives and other law enforcement officers, I recognize their dedication to keeping our communities and citizens safe.  I am proud to have their support.”

About Megan Sullivan

Megan Sullivan is a veteran litigator with twenty years of legal experience as both a criminal prosecutor and civil attorney.  She served as a Deputy Attorney General in the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General from 2017 until earlier this year when she stepped down to run for the Superior Court. Megan also worked for nearly a decade as an Assistant District Attorney and Supervisory District Attorney in Chester County, prosecuting a variety of cases ranging from child abuse to white collar crime.  Sullivan has also served as an assistant general counsel to West Chester University, and spent several years in private practice representing businesses, municipalities, and educational institutions in a range of civil litigation.

Sullivan is a graduate of the Temple University Beasley School of Law, which she attended in the evenings while working full-time as a law clerk in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. Through hard work and a focus on achieving her goals, Sullivan excelled at balancing these dual commitments and graduated cum laude. She also received significant recognition upon her commencement, including the Most Promising Litigator Award, the TASA Award for Outstanding Performance in the Field of Evidence, and the Myron T. Deutsch Memorial Award for Academics.

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