|Birth||3 October 1969 (Anchorage, Alaska, U.S.A.)|
Jahna Lindemuth (born October 3, 1969) is the current nominee for Alaska Attorney General. Lindemuth was appointed by Alaska Governor Bill Walker on June 28, 2016 following the resignation of previous Attorney General Craig Richards.
Prior to her appointment as Alaska Attorney General, Lindemuth was the managing partner at the Anchorage-based Dorsey & Whitney law firm. In January, 2016, Lindemuth spoke to the media as a representative of Dorsey & Whitney, following the deliberate crash of an Alaska Civil Air Patrol plane into the firms downtown Anchorage offices. The crash was determined to be an act of suicide by the husband of a member of the firm.
Lindemuth was actively involved in the defense of the Fairbanks Four. She helped gain the men's freedom after they spent many years in prison for a murder conviction.