The former federal prosecutor-turned-policy wonk worked on Jon Corzine’s U.S. Senate staff before joining the N.J. Attorney General’s office. When Stuart Rabner became Chief Justice, this 37-year-old Corzine loyalist became the logical choice to become Attorney General. Over the last year, Anne Milgram has shown herself to be fiercely independent, sometimes to the considerable annoyance of the Governor’s staff – some consider her to be completely off the reservation. Milgram has forged a close alliance with U.S. Attorney Chris Christie in the war on corruption and has indicted more state officials than her two predecessors did combined. She’s highly regarded for her principles, which has given her more than a few enemies in Union County and other places.