Walworth County deputy district attorney leaving for private practice

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Catherine W. Idzerda
Thursday, June 5, 2014

ELKHORN—Deputy District Attorney Joshua Grube is leaving Walworth County District Attorney's Office for private practice.

Grube's last day will be June 13, according to a news release from the district attorney's office.

“It is with a heavy heart that I have decided to leave state service to explore a new opportunity for me and my family in the private sector,” Grube said in the news release.

Grube has been with the district attorney's office for more than 11 years. While there, he handled a variety of cases. Most recently, his focus has been on sensitive crimes, the news release said.

Along with his work at the district attorney's office, Grube was instrumental in the formation of the Walworth County's Boys & Girls Club and the Walworth County Children's Advocacy Center.

District Attorney Daniel Necci said Grube has a “tremendous passion for justice.”

“It has been my great privilege to work alongside Josh here in our office,” Necci said. “He is a fixture in the courthouse and our community and that will be sorely missed.”

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