The race for 10th District Circuit Court District Attorney has been a controversial race.
The election yesterday brought out many voters, and the votes were tallied up after voting ended at 7:00 PM
District Attorney Coleman is eager to serve another term for the four counties under the tenth district.
“It’s been a long emotional campaign trail. We were very thankful; I am overwhelmed with gratitude that the voters of the 10th district trust me to continue to work and serve them as their District Attorney. My focus, I definitely want to be on being able to move cases on the docket in a much more expedited fashion, and I think there’s a lot of components to that starting first of all with making sure we focus on our violent habitual offenders for the trial docket and then our pretrial intervention program and our drug court program, that we’re able to get participants into those programs sooner and therefore off the docket and into the rehabilitation services”, said District Attorney Coleman
Coleman serves as District Attorney in Lauderdale, Kemper, Wayne and Clarke counties.