Tony Mattivi Wife And Family

Tony Mattivi is a married man. The former assistant US attorney is married to Mary Mattivi.

Judge Mary Mattivi sits in Kansas' third judicial district. On October 2, 2012, Governor Sam Brownback appointed her to replace the position left open in retirement by Judge Daniel Mitchell. She was given a contract in 2014 that ended on January 13, 2019.

In 1995, his wife was admitted to the Kansas Bar. Mary's legal career began as an assistant county attorney.

Tony Mattivi with his wife, Mary Mattivi.
Tony Mattivi with his wife, Mary Mattivi. ( Source : Cjonline )

She also served as the city prosecutor for the Maple Hill Municipal Court, an assistant district attorney for Shawnee County, and an associate litigation counsel for the Kansas Board of Healing Arts. Mattivi had filled in as a pro tem judge in Shawnee County and the Topeka Municipal Court before joining the Third District.

The judge, a native of St. Louis, is a Southeast Missouri State University and Washburn Law School alumnus.

Tony and Mary have three beautiful children: their children, Julia, who turns 16 on Monday, Matthew, 13, and Hope, 9.

Tony Mattivi Net Worth

Tony Mattivi's estimated net worth is between $5 and $10 million.

He has collected this wealth from his long-standing legal career.

He recently left his positions as the District of Kansas's Antiterrorism and National Security Coordinator and Assistant US Attorney. On average, the US Attorney General's annual salary is $105,780.

His successful career as a federal prosecutor is the main source of his net worth.

Tony Mattivi Education

Tony completed his high school diploma from Fountain Valley School. After completing high school, he joined Bachelor of Science- BS, Aviation Management at the Metropolitan State University of Denver.

The attorney general candidate also earned a doctor of law from Washburn University School of Law.

Tony Mattivi Career

After graduating from law school, Tony Mattivi began his career as a paramedic before going on to work for the Shawnee County District Attorney's Office. Since then, he has been battling in court to defend his nation.

He recently left his positions as the District of Kansas's Antiterrorism and National Security Coordinator and Assistant US Attorney. Over the course of his more than 20 years as a federal prosecutor, he pursued cases including drug trafficking, violent crime, racketeering, gangs, organized crime, money laundering, and terrorism.

Tony was a five-year detachment to the Department of Justice's National Security Division, where he was the chief prosecutor in the capital case against the al Qaeda member who planned the USS COLE bombing in Yemen in 2000. He received the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service in appreciation for his efforts on the case.

Tony spent six months in Baghdad, Iraq, in 2007 working for the DOJ's Regime Crimes Liaison Office, advising and supporting the Iraqi High Tribunal in its prosecution of regime members accused of war crimes and other atrocities.

Terry Lee Loewen, a former U.S. Marine who pleaded guilty to attempting to blow up a vehicle full of high explosives at the Wichita airport on behalf of al Qaeda during the busy holiday travel season, has also been prosecuted by Tony.

Tony Mattivi (Republican Party) is running for election for Attorney General of Kansas.
Tony Mattivi (Republican Party) is running for election for Attorney General of Kansas. ( Source : Cjonline )

John T. Booker, who admitted to trying to blow up a truck bomb at the Fort Riley base hospital on behalf of ISIS, was prosecuted by him.

He oversaw a team of DOJ prosecutors that successfully prosecuted three Kansas militia members for conspiring to blow up an apartment complex and massacre over a hundred Somali Muslim immigrants as they attended mosque prayers.

Tony filed a lawsuit against a University of Kansas research scientist just before the man retired for lying in his applications for US government money to carry out a scientific investigation concerning his connections to the Chinese government and Communist Party.

Currently, he is running for the election for Attorney General of Kansas.