What the District Attorney Does
The Wake County District Attorney plays an important role in administering justice in one of the largest judicial districts in the state as the head prosecutor and top law enforcement officer. The District Attorney oversees a team of over seventy employees, including forty attorneys, to prosecute the over 100,000 criminal cases that come through the DA's office annually. The District Attorney protects the safety of the community by ensuring that criminals are prosecuted and by working with and advising law enforcement.
The Wake County District Attorney also works to investigate and prosecute corruption and lack of transparency among elected officials, state employees, along with state agencies and departments. As a retired Army Special Operations Veteran, and someone has worked directly with Ambassadors, General Officers, and high-ranking members of numerous government and non-profit organizations on international level projects, Jeff understands the importance transparency, honesty, and integrity in government and is unwilling to compromise himself or his beliefs to further political careers.
While the integrity of the Wake County District Attorney's Office has come into question several times over Freeman's past two terms, with even democrats calling for her resignation, Jeff will take stern action to the course and ensure victims can place their trust and confidence in the Wake County District Attorney's Office.