Voters in Todd and Logan counties will decide who their next commonwealth’s attorney will be when they vote Tuesday and the two candidates recently faced off in a Rotary Club of Elkton debate.
Acting Commonwealth’s Attorney Justin Crocker and Republican Russellville lawyer Neil Kerr both voiced reservations on the wording of the Marcy’s Law constitutional amendment that will be on the ballot, but do agree victims of crimes should have many of the rights included in the legislation.
Crocker says he will continue to make improvements to the office and he’ll never enter a trial unprepared.
Kerr touts his work ethic and ability to pay attention to details.
You can watch the entire debate below:
Posted by Rotary Club of Elkton, KY on Tuesday, October 16, 2018