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Sharon Muse running for Commonwealth Attorney

I am an eighteen-year trial attorney who has never had a case reversed. I’m also a survivor of a violent crime. That combination of experience and passion creates a unique perspective for a Commonwealth’s Attorney. I fought for years to have a voice in my case. I have stood strong for other crime victims and will fight just as hard for Woodford County. I want to change the excessive plea deals and minimum sentences that are pervasive today. I will bring proven courtroom success to this office and the determination it takes to protect our community.

Creating new policies, I will work closely with victims and law enforcement throughout each case, create an advisory board that includes law enforcement, victim advocates and members of the public to meet with me regularly, and launch a case management system to aid in quicker, more cost-effective case resolution saving significant tax dollars. In November, you have an important decision. Make the best choice. I’ve spent 12 years fighting for victims. I will work for maximum sentences for violent offenders. I will bring leadership to the Commonwealth’s Attorney office to keep you safe!

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