Governor Beshear Appoints Members to Prosecutors Advisory Council


  

APRIL 24, 2008
FRANKFORT, KY (April 24, 2008) – Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has appointed the following members to the Prosecutors Advisory Council to serve at the pleasure of the governor:
*                     Christopher T. Cohron, of Bowling Green, is the commonwealth’s attorney for Warren County in the 8th Judicial Circuit. He represents commonwealth attorneys of counties containing a first or second class city or an urban county government. The appointment replaces Raymond M. Larson.
 
*                     Rob Sanders, of Fort Mitchell, is the commonwealth’s attorney for Kenton County in the 16th Judicial Circuit. He represents commonwealth attorneys from counties containing a third class city. The appointment replaces Linda Tally Smith.
 
*                     G. L. Ovey, of Eddyville, is the commonwealth’s attorney for Caldwell, Livingston, Lyon and Trigg counties in the 56th Judicial Circuit. He represents commonwealth attorneys from other counties. The appointment replaces Timothy R. Coleman.
 
*                     James Michael Foster, of Hopkinsville, is the Christian County attorney. He represents county attorneys from counties containing a first or second class city or an urban county government. The appointment replaces Marc Robbins.
 
*                     Irv Maze, of Louisville, is the Jefferson County attorney. He represents county attorneys from counties containing a third class city. The appointment replaces Jeffrey Scott Sharp.
 
*                     Jeffrey Galen Edwards, of Benton, is the Marshall County attorney. He represents county attorneys from other counties. The appointment replaces Clay M. Bishop Jr.
 
*                     Margaret A. Daniel, of Frankfort, is a retired principal assistant for the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet. She represents non-attorney citizen members. The appointment replaces Patsy Sponcil.
 
*                     Melissa W. Quillen, of Hazard, is executive director for the Kentucky River Children’s Advocacy Center. She represents non-attorney citizen members. The appointment replaces Edwin R. Orange.
The council shall be responsible for, but not limited to, the preparation of the budget of the unified prosecutorial system of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the continuing legal education and program development of the unified prosecutorial system of Kentucky

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