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Attorneys seek nomination for judge
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JEAN BROCKPledging to do everything in her power to reduce crime, former prosecutor Jean Brock has announced her candidacy for General Sessions Judge.“I will do what I can to reduce crime in this area,” Brock said in announcing her candidacy for both the County Commission appointment and the race in August.Brock graduated law school from the University of Memphis in 1997 and served as an attorney in Shelbyville and Colorado, a state where she also holds a law license. She has worked as in-house counsel for the Bouldin Corporation and worked in human resources for Yorozu.In addition to those jobs, Brock worked as assistant district attorney here beginning in 1999 where she prosecuted numerous cases. After leaving the district attorney’s office, Brock went into private practice here and has worked many cases, both in the criminal and civil areas.