9th prosecutor since Feb. quits, will run a business

December 04, 1997|By Caitlin Francke | Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF

A headline and article about the resignation of Assistant State's Attorney Sang Oh in the Howard County edition of The Sun on Thursday contained inaccurate information. Oh is the ninth prosecutor to leave since February 1996.

The Sun regrets the error.

Assistant State's Attorney Sang Oh has resigned from the county prosecutor's office to run his family's Ellicott City business.

Oh is the ninth prosecutor to resign from the office since February. There are 22 prosecutor positions in the circuit and district courts.

His resignation will take effect Dec. 10.

In a news release, State's Attorney Marna McLendon said that in his three years at the office, Oh, 30, worked on the office's complex white-collar crime cases and occupied the high-profile position of community liaison to Harper's Choice as part of McLendon's community prosecution program.


"Mr. Oh has been an asset to the office in every regard," McLendon said.

"The community has continually expressed their respect and pleasure while working with Sang."

Oh, who worked in district and circuit courts, said that his time at the state's attorneys' office has been a great experience.

"I'll miss everyone in the office very much," Oh said.

Pub Date: 12/04/97

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