At the Harrison County Courthouse in Gulfport, Governor Tate Reeves announces two new judicial appointments.
Former District Attorney Joel Smith has been appointed to the Mississippi Court of Appeals and former Attorney General Crosby Parker has been appointed Harrison District Attorney.
The two men have been working together as lawyers for ten years. Governor Reeves has every confidence in their abilities and skills and trusts that they will serve the people well. Smith said, “I will take the energy and all of my experience to court and appeal and make the governor and the people of this state proud.”
Parker said, “I thank Governor Reeves for trusting my ability to lead this office. As a district attorney, I promise that I will be determined to see that justice is protected and upheld for everyone in this district. “
Smith and Parker were both accompanied by support from their families and other community servants.
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