Hollis, who has been in that post since 2016, will be resigning from her position sometime in December for personal reasons.
In a statement issued by on Wednesday, Archer Jr said: “I am sad to share that Kim Hollis, a Queen’s Counsel has decided to leave the public service in December as a result of the need for her to take care of an ailing family member.”
“Ms Hollis’ wealth of experience will be missed. I wish to extend my personal thanks for the admirable work she has put in at a demanding post. As a territory, we’ve benefitted not just from Ms Hollis’ skills in the courtroom, but also from her leadership, as she has shared much with her team of prosecutors, the entities she advises within the Government, and with the greater legal fraternity in the territory,” he continued.
He said the outgoing prosecutorial boss has committed to offering any transitional support to the incoming DPP.
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