The County Attorney's responsibility is to work closely with local law
enforcement to ensure the safety of the citizens of the county and to seek
justice for both victims and those accused of committing crimes.
To accomplish these goals, the County Attorney should be someone
experienced in prosecuting the most serious crimes. Someone with a
proven track record of working with police agencies, victim services, and
defense attorneys. In other words, when it comes to being County
Most of our constitutional protections are aimed at protecting those
individuals accused of committing crimes. Therefore, the County Attorney
should be a strong voice in advocating for the rights of victims of crime.
Someone who has advocated for victims again and again, especially those
that cannot speak for themselves.
I have been a prosecutor for over eight years and have prosecuted
hundreds of serious felonies ranging from international drug trafficking
organizations to armed home invasions and sexual assaults on children. I
have repeatedly demonstrated my ability to lead investigations and
prosecute offenders while working directly with law enforcement officers
and victims in the pursuit of justice. Throughout my career, I have also
organized, led, and participated in numerous training seminars with local
police departments, the New Hampshire State Police, and the New
Hampshire Bar Association.
The position of Rockingham County Attorney is not about politics, it is
about leadership. In order to gain the respect of those one leads, one
must lead by example. I have earned the respect of fellow prosecutors,
law enforcement officers, and defense attorneys. I have dedicated my
career to fighting for victims and justice in the courtroom and that is what I will continue to do as County Attorney.