James F. Malone

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James F. Malone, Jr. (1904–August 29, 1976) was the District Attorney for Allegheny County, Pennsylvania from January 1952 until January 3, 1956.[1] He was a member of the Republican Party and was a member of Pittsburgh City Council in the 1920s and its president in 1928.[2] Malone was the longtime president of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association after he retired from his District Attorney Duties. [1][2] He won election on November 6, 1951 defeating Democratic Judge Francis J. O'Connor.[3]

Legal offices
Preceded by
William Rahauser
Allegheny County District Attorney
Succeeded by
Edward C. Boyle

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