Cache County Attorney Candidates Interview With Council For Vacant Position
The three candidates for the vacant Cache County Attorney position fielded questions from the Cache County Council on Tuesday during a specially set meeting.
Criminal deputy attorneys Dane Murray and Jacob Gordon and chief civil deputy attorney John Luthy answered a series questions about their vision for the office, how to balance civil and criminal duties, their plans should they not be accepted for the position, and their views on Utah’s Justice Reinvestment Initiative.
First to interview was Murray, who spoke to the role of county attorney in overseeing criminal and civil matters, the importance of surrounding oneself with experts and his philosophy of leading by example. Murray said his role as a prosecutor was very fulfilling and he wanted to remain involved in prosecution if selected as next county attorney. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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