Lee County District Attorney Robbie Treese

Posted October 02, 2012

Lee County District Attorney and Auburn Rotarian Robbie Treese (center) shared with fellow Rotarians current trends affecting prosecutor's offices throughout Alabama. He reported that as funding wanes, offices lack the necessary financial resources to adequately support investigative services and court expenses. In addition, the inability to offer competitive salaries affects recruiting and staffing, which results in much-higher prosecutor caseloads compared to those of a typical attorney. Pictured with Treese is Club President Martee Moseley (left) and program host Jim McLaughlin (left).


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