Iris Meléndez Vega died on May 14, 2019.
She was a legal counselor and investigator from Puerto Rico.
She was brought up in the town of Ponce, Puerto Rico.
Meléndez considered trade at the University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras and filled in as a lawful secretary until she finished her law studies.
Her first expert position was as an attorney in the Department of Justice in 1976.
Iris Meléndez advanced to work in a scope of position incorporating as an officer in the Criminal Division, Assistant Prosecutor, District Attorney of Bayamón and San Juan, and Chief Prosecutor.
In 2010 she turned into an autonomous exceptional prosecutor.
She died of malignant growth in the place where she grew up of Ponce.
At the season of her passing, she was effectively dealing with the indictment body of evidence against Justice Secretary Wanda Vazquez Garced.
Iris Meléndez died in 2019.