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By Carissa Sitki
Keisha Morris was sworn into the office of State’s Attorney in Calhoun County on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 8:30 a.m.
“Having known you as many years as I have, I know you’ll do a great job. said the Honorable Charles H. W. Burch prior to swearing in Morris.
After being sworn in, Morris stated, “Thank you for the opportunity to serve the community in which I live and in which my ancestors lived. As State’s Attorney, I will advocate and support our local law enforcement. I will continue to protect and serve the Kingdom. I am bringing over 15 years experience as a practicing attorney. This is the best community to live in and I will help in the effort to keep it that way.”
Morris continued, “Finally, I want to wish former State’s attorney, Rick Ringhausen well and wish him a happy retirement.”
Morris stepped into her new role as State’s Attorney, effective immediately, following her oath of office.