Hannah graduated from the University of St. Thomas School of Law, where she focused her study and professional experiences in the field of criminal law, both prosecution and defense. During law school, she interned with the Hennepin County Public Defender’s Office, representing clients in a variety of matters, including domestic assaults and DWIs and all other misdemeanors in bail hearings. Hannah then completed an internship with a local law firm where she appeared on behalf of the State for several cities in arraignments, pretrials and traffic payable calendars. She also researched and drafted several appellate briefs. Just prior to joining BBKG, Hannah was a Law Clerk for the Minneapolis City Attorney’s Office where she regularly appeared on in-custody and out-of-custody arraignment and pretrial calendars, as well as drafting motions, advocating in restorative court, and conducting numerous court trials.
Hannah currently prosecutes in Anoka County on arraignments, pretrials, in-custody and jury trial calendars. She is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association and the Anoka County Prosecutor’s Association.