Prosecutor Dan Satterberg To Speak At Rotary Club Lunch Thursday


This Thursday, Jan. 6th, King County Prosecutor (and area resident) Dan Satterberg will be the guest of the Burien/White Center Rotary Club at their monthly meeting at Angelo’s Restaurant, located at 601 SW 153rd in Burien.

Satterberg is scheduled to speak about science, specifically “the many ways in which forensic evidence leads to the finding of truth in the courtroom in King County,” according to an email.

The event starts at Noon.

Here are the details:

WHAT: King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg speaks at the Burien/White Center Rotary Club meeting.

WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 6th at Noon.

WHERE: Angelo’s Italian Restaurant, located at 601 SW 153rd in Burien.

COST: We believe there is a fee, but it includes lunch. Call Angelo’s for details: (206) 244-3555.

INFO: For more information, contact Dan Donohoe at the King County Prosecutor’s Office: (206) 296-9029.

Here’s Satterberg’s bio:

King County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg, 50, was elected King County Prosecuting Attorney in November 2007 to succeed his longtime friend and mentor, the late Norm Maleng.

Dan served as Chief of Staff for Norm Maleng for 17 years, and was responsible for the management and operation of the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, including budget, human resources, technology, legislative and policy matters. The Prosecuting Attorney’s Office employs more than 210 attorneys, 230 staff, and has a budget of over $55 million.

Before 1990, Dan was a trial attorney in the Criminal Division, where he spent rotations in the Special Assault Unit, Drug Unit, and served as the office’s first gang prosecutor in 1988.

Dan was born and raised in South King County and attended Highline High School. His father was a lawyer in White Center and his mother was a nursing instructor at Highline Community College. He graduated from the UW undergraduate school (Political Science and Journalism) and the UW Law School, where he met his wife Linda, a corporate lawyer.

They live in Normandy Park with their two children, ages 18 and 14. Dan’s hobbies include his rock band, “The Approximations” where he plays bass and sings, hiking, running, and traveling with his family.

Presentation by King County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg: CSI: King County: “How prosecutors use forensic science tools to find the truth and convict the guilty.”

On January 6th, 2011, King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg would like to share some good news with the members of the Burien/White Center Rotary. Prosecutors use many types of evidence to prove their cases in court. Often times the most powerful evidence comes from science. Join Dan as he discusses the many ways in which forensic evidence leads to the finding of truth in the courtroom in King County.

Dan will be speaking at Angelo’s Italian Restaurant in Burien at 12:00pm on January 6th. Angelo’s is located at 601 SW 153rd Street, Burien.


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