(Juneau) The Dodge County District Attorney’s Office is rounding out its staff following a number of recent resignations. The agency garnered state-wide attention when former DA Kurt Klomberg announced he was leaving the post, and at the time said his office had zero attorneys working full-time.
Andrea Will, who was appointed to fill the vacancy by the governor last month, says she began working tirelessly to get new assistant district attorneys into the office. She says they have brought on board four assistant district attorneys.
They are Margaret Kunisch, who returned from leave in February and has been an assistant DA for the county since 2019.
Kevin Osborne, a 30-year veteran with the Waukesha County District Attorney’s Office and will be working part-time.
Shawn Woller, who transferred from the Waukesha DA’s Office with experience in the sensitive crimes unit.
Chad Wozniak is transferring from the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office where he worked as a community prosecutor.
A managing attorney has also been hired with a tentative start date in July. Will notes that a veteran Dodge County assistant DA did stay on board when she started her new role. She adds that she is extremely proud of the team that has come together and the new attorneys bring with them decades of experience.