Lansing – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has announced the addition of two new attorneys general.
LaDonna Logan has joined the agency as Assistant Attorney General and Head of the Hate Crime and Domestic Terrorism Unit.
Daniel Wimmer will also join the bureau and serve as press secretary.
“We are proud to have such a dedicated and talented person joining our Attorney General,” Nessel said. It’s important to have them, and we’re thrilled to have LaDonna and Danny join our ranks.”
Links to their bios and photos are below.
Logan holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a Juris Doctor degree from Wayne State University School of Law. After his graduation, Logan began his career at the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office, where he served for 17 years and handled hundreds of murder cases.
Within the Prosecutor’s Office, Logan has served as lead prosecutor in cases ranging from domestic violence to murder. Logan was found guilty in notable cases, including: People v Maxwell Black Even if People v Jimmy PickettShe also served as an interim assistant prosecutor for the Fair Michigan Project, which investigates and prosecutes crimes targeting the LGBTQ population.
Logan has authored and collaborated on multiple trainings for prosecutors and law enforcement on a variety of topics including intimate partner violence, evidence-based prosecution, and obtaining and admitting evidence in murder prosecutions.
Wimmer graduated from Saginaw Valley State University in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in political science and communications.
Wimmer most recently served as communications director and minority leader Donna Lashinski in the Michigan House Democratic Caucus.
His previous work includes political roles with the AFL-CIO and the Michigan Environmental Justice Coalition.
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