Chief of Gaming Enforcement, Office of the Attorney general of Massachusetts
Assistant Attorney General Patrick Hanley is the first Chief of Gaming Enforcement at the Office of the Attorney General of Massachusetts. He leads a team that investigates and prosecutes criminal activity relating to or impacting casinos in Massachusetts, including organized crime, money laundering, public corruption, illegal gambling and cheating. He specializes in electronic surveillance.
AAG Hanley graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 2003 and Brandies University in 2000.