Hampden District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni elected President of Massachusetts District Attorneys Association

November 16, 2023 – In a unanimous vote by the Commonwealth’s district attorneys, Hampden District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni has been elected as the President of the Massachusetts District Attorneys Association (MDAA). This is the second time District Attorney Gulluni has been elected president of the association, the first coming in November of 2019. He has been serving as vice president for the past year, and will now serve as president for the next year.

 MDAA is an independent state agency whose mission is to support the eleven elected Massachusetts District Attorneys, their staff, including approximately 785 prosecutors and 260 victim witness advocates, while promoting public safety practices and policies on a state-wide basis.

Hampden District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni stated, “I am honored by the trust of my fellow district attorneys in electing me as president of our association. I am enthusiastic about representing my colleagues on matters affecting public safety throughout the Commonwealth and advancing our shared commitment to justice, fairness, and integrity.”

First elected in 2015, Hampden District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni  is currently serving his third term in office. He currently sits on the Massachusetts Victim and Witness Assistance Board, which is the governing body of the Massachusetts Office of Victim Assistance (MOVA), which is the only state-wide board representing victims’ rights. He also serves on the Governor’s Task Force on Hate Crimes. His appointments first came under Governor Charlie Baker and has been reappointed to both by Governor Maura Healey.

Hampden District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni is a pragmatic prosecutor whose work in promoting public safety includes strong partnerships, focused and strategic prosecutions, and ground-breaking preventative programing, such as the Emerging Adult Court of Hope, Future Lawyers of Springfield, Hampden County Addiction Taskforce, and his office’s prolific outreach and programming within the many school districts of Hampden County.


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