Harris resigns as public defender
DeKALB – Although Regina Harris is resigning as DeKalb County public defender, neither she nor the state’s attorney anticipate a delay in the murder trials of her high-profile clients, Jack McCullough and William Curl.
“It’s the reason why I’m leaving now rather than later in the summer,” said Harris, who has held the position since May 2007. Her resignation was announced and effective Friday.
Earlier this week, attorneys agreed to a Sept. 10 trial date for McCullough, a 72-year-old Seattle man who is charged with the 1957 murder of a 7-year-old Sycamore girl.
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