Office of the Attorney General
Attorney General Conway Names 2008 Outstanding Commonwealth’s and County Attorneys
Attorney General Jack Conway recently presented awards for the 2008 Outstanding Commonwealth’s and County Attorneys at the Kentucky Prosecutor’s Conference last week in Lexington.
The recipients of the 2008 Outstanding Commonwealth’s Attorney awards are David Flatt, Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 37th Judicial Circuit serving Carter, Elliott and Morgan counties, and Allen Trimble, Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 34th Judicial Circuit encompassing McCreary and Whitley counties.
“David has prosecuted hundreds of felony cases and has taken on many high-profile cases, both in his judicial circuit and as a special prosecutor,” General Conway said.
Upon presenting Trimble’s award General Conway said, “Allen has tried more than 75 homicide cases and obtained the first death-penalty verdict in 50 years in the 34th Circuit.”
The recipients of the 2008 Outstanding County Attorney awards are Brucie Moore, County Attorney for Union County since 1999 and Dan Boaz, County Attorney for McCracken County since 1997.
“Brucie is a friend and a leader when it comes to collecting child support for Kentucky kids,” General Conway said. “She also continues to lead the efforts to pass a drugged driver bill in Kentucky.”
Of Dan Boaz, General Conway stated, “Dan Boaz has taken on tough assignments and handled them in an exceptional manner.”
Click here for pictures from the conference.