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Mark Jetton Discusses New Mecklenburg County DA
Mark Jetton Discusses New Mecklenburg County DA

Attorney Mark Jetton talks with WCCB about Spencer Merriweather, the new DA for Mecklenburg County. As Charlotte defense attorney Mark Jetton states, “He’s supervised teams, he’s been on the drug team, he’s been on the habitual felony team, he’s been on homicide teams.” ...

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