Sean P. Costello Wife: Who is Sean P. Costello’s Wife?


Sean P. Costello became the United States Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama on February 27, 2021. His appointment lasts for 120 days or until a Presidential appointee takes over as per the law.

As the U.S. Attorney, Costello is in charge of enforcing federal laws in the Southern District of Alabama. He handles both criminal prosecutions and civil litigation involving the United States. In his role, he oversees a team of 27 Assistant United States Attorneys, 27 support staff, and 7 contract support staff.

Together, they tackle a range of federal crimes affecting the district, such as drug and firearm cases, gang violence, human trafficking, white-collar crime, securities fraud, public corruption, terrorism, and civil rights violations. The office also handles civil enforcement of federal laws, defends the United States in civil cases, and collects debts owed to the country. They have offices in Mobile and Selma.

Before becoming U.S. Attorney, Costello served as the office’s Criminal Chief, responsible for overseeing criminal cases in the 13 counties of the Southern District. He is from Mobile and has been an Assistant U.S. Attorney there since 2003.

In his career, he focused on prosecuting cybercrime, child exploitation, and national security cases involving digital evidence. Costello also held important roles as the coordinator for Project Safe Childhood (PSC), Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property (CHIP), and National Security Cyber Specialist. He has handled around twenty-five jury trials during his career.

Sean P. Costello Wife: Who is Sean P. Costello’s Wife?

There is currently no information about his marriage in the public domain as he has kept a low profile about his personal life. 

Before joining the U.S. Attorney’s office, Costello worked at the Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs and was a Counsel to the United States Senate Judiciary Committee. He holds degrees from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and the University of Alabama School of Law.

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