Thursday, October 1, 2009


Yesterday was Olga Agnello's last official day with the Prosector's Office. Unfortunately...due to a broken hand caused by a misadventure on the soccer field...I couldn't be there to see her off.

Olga was a prosecutor for nearly as long as me: she started in the early 1980s, and along with Jan Bartee, Tim Baughman, and myself she quickly established herself as part of the Appellate Brain Trust of the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office.

Over the years her talents, wide-ranging interests, and sense of humor brought a classy touch to the office. And for the last six months, she, Jan, and I have shared an office together...making these last few months together all the more special. goes on. She'll be travelling and moving will we all, before long. Here's hoping we're able to stay in touch, and keep our friendship alive.

JEFFREY CAMINSKY, a veteran public prosecutor in Detroit, Michigan, specializes in the appellate practice of criminal law and writes on a wide range of topics. His books include the science fiction adventure novel The Star Dancers, the exciting second volume in the Guardians of Peace-tm series, The Sonnets of William Shakespeare, and the acclaimed Referee’s Survival Guide, a book on soccer officiating. All are published by New Alexandria Press, and are available on Amazon, as well as directly from the publisher.

1 comment:

larry said...

Olga was a classmate of mine in monteith. It's great to hear how well she did. a world away from dentisty. Wonderful contribution .

larry seluk