Robert Duggan

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Robert W. Duggan (born 1926-27) served as Allegheny County District Attorney in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from January 1964 until his shooting death under mysterious circumstances in March 1974.[1][2]

In 1964 Duggan came under fire for demanding "loyalty oaths" from his assistant district attorneys for Goldwater.[3]

  • 1971 election results for District Attorney:
    • Bob Duggan 266,878
    • State Rep. Leo Martino 250,186[4]

He married Cordelia Scaife May in 1973.

Legal offices
Preceded by
Edward C. Boyle
Allegheny County District Attorney
1964-1974
Succeeded by
John Hickton

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