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Scott to run for County Prosecutor

February 12, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — “Accomplished” local trial attorney and life-long Republican, Bruce Scott, filed the necessary paperwork and will seek the Republican Party’s nomination in the May primary to serve as the Whitley County Prosecuting Attorney.

“If I am given the opportunity to serve Whitley County as its prosecutor, I pledge to bring justice to those who do not follow the law, and to do so in a swift and impartial manner,” said Scott.

Scott, who has been an attorney for 26 years, has successfully handled both civil and criminal cases in Whitley, Allen, Wells, Noble and Adams Counties.

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