(Providence, RI) -- Lawyers working for the state of Rhode Island are having a rough week. Just one day after it was revealed that Executive Office of Health and Human Services attorney Greg Hazian had quit after a missed deadline for a costly court appeal, information came out on Tuesday about a second Health and Human Services lawyer, Gregory Madoian, who resigned in April after being taken off of the state's master list of attorneys. Separately, the departure of Rhode Island Department of Education chief legal counsel Jessica Roche was also disclosed yesterday, according to a WPRI-TV report. Roche is not licensed to practice in the state, but department officials say that is not the reason for her leaving.
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