President Biden appoints two SC members for law enforcement jobs

Two candidates from South Carolina are nominated for the law enforcement positions.

WASHINGTON, DC, United States — President Biden is announcing new nominees to serve as U.S. prosecutors across the country, as well as nominees to serve as U.S. Marshals.

According to the White House, these nominees were chosen because “these individuals were chosen for their dedication to law enforcement, their professionalism, their experience and credentials, their dedication to the pursuit of equal justice for all and their commitment to the independence of the Department of Justice.”

Adair Ford Boroughs is the U.S. Attorney’s nominee for the District of South Carolina.

Adair Ford Boroughs is a founding partner of Boroughs Bryant, LLC where she has practiced since 2021. From 2017 to 2019, she served as Executive Director of Charleston Legal Access. Ms. Boroughs served as law clerk to Judge Richard M. Gergel in the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina from 2013 to 2017. She was previously an attorney in the Tax Division of the United States Department of Justice from 2007 to 2013. Ms. Boroughs received her JD from Stanford Law School in 2007 and BS, with the highest praisefrom Furman University in 2002.

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In the U.S. Marshal’s announcements, Chrissie Latimore is the U.S. Marshal’s nominee for the District of South Carolina.

Chrissie C. Latimore has served as Chief of Police for the Laurens Police Department since 2018. Chrissie C. Latimore has served as Chief of Police for the Laurens Police Department since 2018. Chief Latimore previously served as Deputy Chief of Police for the Laurens Police Department Laurens. from 2014 to 2018, and in various other roles with the Department from 1999 to 2013. She served as a special agent for the South Carolina Division of Law Enforcement from 2013 to 2014. Chief Latimore earned her master’s from Anderson University in 2014, his BS from Lander University in 2011, and his AS from Piedmont Technical College in 2007. Chief Latimore is a U.S. Army Veteran and Army Reserve.

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The president also launched a comprehensive effort to combat the upsurge in gun crime that has been happening since 2020, putting more cops on the alert, supporting community prevention programs and cracking down on trafficking. illegal firearms. Confirming U.S. prosecutors as federal law enforcement officials in their district is important to these efforts.

The president has now announced 53 nominees for US attorney and 11 nominees for US marshal.

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