Veteran prosecutor Bram Kranichfeld, has been tapped by the Gov. Phil Scott, to take command of the troubled Franklin County State’s Attorney’s office. Scott is scheduled to swear in Kranichfeld as the Interim Franklin County State’s Attorney to replace embattled prosecutor John Lavoie, who was facing an impeachment inquiry by a special House Committee until he resigned last month. One of Kranichfeld’s primary tasks will be restoring peace and civility to the Franklin County State’s Attorney’s Office, which had some employees actively opposing Lavoie’s campaign last year when longtime boss Jim Hughes announced he was retiring.
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