Meet Katie Rayburn who represented the Roy family after the death of Conrad Roy III in 2014. She made sure the family received the justice they deserved and assured Michelle Carter went to prison for her crime of provoking Conrad to death.
So, where is Katie Rayburn now? Is she married? We address it all below so continue reading.
Who Plays Katie Rayburn On Hulu’s The Girl From Plainville?
The Girl From Plainville is a Hulu mini-series that explored the relationship of Conrad Roy III and Michelle Carter, the death of the former, and the trial that followed after Michelle Carter was charged with involuntary manslaughter charger. The show was executive produced by Liz Hannah and Patrick Macmanus as a “fair” portrayal.
Moreover, Katie Rayburn who was Assistant District Attorney at the time was reluctant to take on the case for its nature. Eventually, she ended up taking it and proved that texts and phone calls could lead a person to death while assuring the conviction of Michelle Carter. In the show, actress Aya Cash performed the role of the attorney who took on the challenging case and ended up winning it.
In June 2017, Katie and her fellow Assistant District Attorney Maryclare Flynn won a potential landmark conviction in the case of Michelle Carter. She helped convince Judge Lawrence Moniz to rule that words can kill.
The San Francisco native actress/producer is known for other works such as Welcome to Flatch, The Boys, Family Guy, You’re the Worst, Modern Family, The Wolf of Wall Street, We Are Men, Traffic Light, and a few other major and minor roles in the series.
Where Is Katie Rayburn Now?
The Right Honorable Katie Cook Rayburn is now serving as Bristol District Court Judge in Massachusetts. Trellis.law revealed that she is serving as circuit justice for Region 1 of the Massachusetts District Court. Governor Charlie Baker appointed her in that position in 2017. During her tenure, some of her assignments were Barnstable, Fall River, New Bedford, and Wareham District Courts.
According to Masslive.com, Governor Baker said in the statement, “Attorneys Harrington and Rayburn are well-respected and experienced lawyers who will be committed to reaching just results for the litigants and lawyers who appear before them. I am pleased to nominate both candidates for the Governor’s Council’s advice and consent.”
Bristol County DA Thomas Quinn III also praised her nomination. “I’m very happy to hear that ADA Katie Rayburn has been nominated for a district court judgeship. Katie has worked tirelessly and effectively for victims in Bristol, County for nearly a decade,” Quinn said. “Since April of 2008, I have personally assigned Katie some of the toughest and most high profile cases in the county.”
Furthermore, her job, according to sources, requires her to go to several courts based on her needs. She rules over a wide range of cases, including criminal and civil charges, mental health difficulties, and housing conflicts, among others.
Katie is currently living residing in Weymouth, Massachusetts, on the South Shore of Massachusetts, while no information about her personal life has been made public.
Katie Rayburn Age
Born in July 1974, Katie Rayburn is 47 years old as of 30th March 2022. She celebrates her birthday on 17 July.
Katie Rayburn Education
In 1996, Katie Ray earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. She received her J.D. at Suffolk University Law School in 1999.
A year later, Katie debuted her career as an associate at Grassia, Murphy, & Whitney. The next year, she had already started working as an assistant district attorney with the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office. Her tenure there was for four years and during that period Katie served as a supervisor for the Hingham District Court and was the second chair for two first-degree murder cases.
Moreover, in 2005, Katie stepped down from District Attorney’s Office and started working as an associate in the Law Office of Daniel W. O’Malley, P.C. In the firm, she spent the next three years where she represented clients in Probate and Family Court. Some of the cases were child support and child custody issues, alimony, and division of assets.
Furthermore, after three years in a private law firm, in 2008, Katie returned back to the public sector as an assistant court attorney in Bristol County. She had successfully prosecuted eleven first/second-degree murder trials as lead counsel and co-counsel. From 2009 to 2014, she had served as the director of the Domestic Violence Unit. Whereas, from 2014 to 2017 she became deputy chief of the Homicide Unit.
Katie argued before the appeal courts and prosecuted felony criminal cases in the Superior Court, including murder, narcotics, sexual assaults, and domestic violence issues.
Is Katie Rayburn Married?
Yes, Katie Rayburn is a married woman. Her husband is likely Mark Geoffrey Rayburn. Online reports show that two of them share the same address. According to Parellookup.com, they own property together work for around $301,100.
Katie Rayburn Family
Katie Rayburn is relatively private about her personal life. She is related to are Rose C Cook, Rosalinda Cruz Cook, Richard P Cook, and Andrew Joseph Cook.
Where Does Katie Rayburn Reside Today?
Katie Rayburn resides in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
Is Katie Rayburn On Facebook?
No, Katie Rayburn doesn’t seem to be on Facebook. But, she was once featured on her friend’s Facebook.