Governor Reeves announces two judicial appointments

At the Harrison County Courthouse in Gulfport, Governor Tate Reeves announces two new judicial appointments.

Former District Attorney Joel Smith has been appointed to the Mississippi Court of Appeals and former Chief Prosecutor Crosby Parker has been appointed to Harrison County District Attorney.

The two men have worked together as lawyers for the last ten years. Governor Reeves has full faith in their skills and capabilities and trusts they will serve the people well. Smith said, “I will bring the energy and all of my experience to the court and appeals and that I will make the governor and the people of this state proud.”

Parker said, “I thank Governor Reeves for having faith in my abilities to lead this office. I promise as district attorney that I will be resolute in ensuring that justice is protected and upheld for all in this district.”

Smith and Parker were both accompanied by the support of their families and other community servants.

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