RUTHERFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Catching up to Garland Byers, Jr. these days means wearing running shoes. Ever since leaving the District Attorney’s office, the criminal defense attorney has kept a very busy schedule.
However, many people were left wanting an explanation for what seemed to be a sudden unexpected departure from prosecution. Byers answers that question below:
Byers also details his decision to run for the office of District Attorney. Having over 30 years experience in law enforcement, investigation, and in criminal law, Byers shares his ideas of what the office of district attorney should be.
Should the D.A.’s consider politics when prosecuting cases?
The RCcatalyst video is shaky and sometimes difficult to hear, but the content is well worth listening to. We also had scheduled an interview with Ted Bell approximately 2 weeks ago, but he canceled. To date we have not been able to reschedule.