|Timothy J. Heaphy|
|United States Attorney for the Western District of Virginia|
|Appointed by||Barack Obama|
|Preceded by||John L. Brownlee|
New Haven, Connecticut
|Alma mater||University of Virginia (B.A.)
University of Virginia School of Law (J.D.)
Education and early career
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Heaphy was raised in a Maryland suburb of Washington D.C. He attended college at The University of Virginia where he played football. He is married to Lori Shinseki, daughter of General Eric Shinseki.
Graduating from UVA in 1986, Heaphy taught at a private school for a year and then joined the staff of Senator Joe Biden (D-Del.) He returned to Charlottesville, Virginia in 1988 to attend law school, graduating in 1991.
In 2003, Heaphy joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in The Western District of Virginia based in Charlottesville, Virginia. Heaphy became the United States Attorney for the Western District of Virginia on December 11, 2009.
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- Vozzella, Laura (November 25, 2014). "Timothy Heaphy, U.S. Attorney in Virginia, steps down". Washington Post. Retrieved January 9, 2015.
- 40 Under 40: A Look at Some of the Most Important Young Litigators in America. The National Law Journal July 29, 2002.
- Movers. The National Law Journal February 6, 2006
- Jen McCaffrey, Federal Jury Spares Convicted Killer’s Life in Double-Murder Case, The Roanoke Times, February 18, 2005.
- Jim Keary. "'Slasher' is sentenced; Robber terrorized residents on Hill", The Washington Times, December 17, 1997.
- Timothy J. Heaphy, United States Attorney, Office of the United States Attorneys, U.S. Department of Justice