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DUI prosecutions could ramp up in the 9th Judicial District.
The District Attorney General’s Office now has a DUI prosecutor and DUI coordinator, thanks to a federal highway/transportation safety grant.
“It funds the prosecutor and coordinator positions and is renewable annually,” District Attorney General Russell Johnson said. “The majority of Tennessee districts have them, and others have had them for years.”
Terry Stevens Jr. is serving as Johnson’s DUI prosecutor, and Holly Miller is serving as the DUI coordinator.
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