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Quinn Testifies Before Senate
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The chairman of the New England Fishery Management Council is appealing to the U.S. Senate to allow for more flexibility under the Magnuson-Stevens Act. The act serves as the governing standard for fisheries across the country...
Digital Forensics Lab
NEW BEDFORD - Many of us barely know how to use the latest technology, but State Troopers assigned to the Bristol County District Attorney's Office are now experts on dismantling and forensically analyzing such equipment after years of specialized training...
Quinn on Elder Abuse
Bristol County District Attorney Tom Quinn hosted a conference on elder abuse Wednesday. The conference aimed to educate elderly residents and their families how they can be taken advantage of in the 21st century. Quinn says scams are very popular among fraudsters these days, with the phony IRS call being one of the most effective schemes out there...
An "Irrational Series of Actions"
One of the biggest questions on the public's mind after Tuesday night's fatal stabbing spree: why? Investigators are working to determine exactly what caused 28-year-old Arthur DaRosa to stab four people, killing two, and assaulting three others in two locations in Taunton Tuesday night...
Quinn on Prom Season
Limos are being booked and tuxedos are being rented as prom season falls upon the Southcoast. Over the next few weeks, high schoolers will take to the dance floors and afterparties, celebrating their accomplishments. Bristol County District Attorney Tom Quinn warns teens to stay away from substance abuse during their celebrations, as they could have damaging effects short term and long term... Rea
DA Donation
The Bristol County District Attorney's office has made a substantial financial contribution to the Children's Advocacy Center. At a luncheon last week, Bristol County DA Tom Quinn presented a $20,000 check to the Advocacy Center in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month...
Quinn Wants to “Speed Up” Fisheries Science
Former State Rep. John Quinn of Dartmouth has just about completed his first three-day meeting as a member of the New England Regional Fisheries Management Council.  The meeting took place in Plymouth, and Quinn says the validity of scientific data dominated most of the discussion...