With the stroke of a pen Friday, Gov. Brian Kemp put in motion the creation of the Prosecuting Attorneys Qualifications Commission (PAQC) which is designed to serve as an oversight mechanism for district attorneys and solicitors-general across Georgia, ensuring these officials fulfill their constitutional and statutory duties.

“My No. 1 priority is public safety across our state,” said Kemp, when signing Senate Bill 92. “As hardworking law enforcement officers routinely put their lives on the line to investigate, confront, and arrest criminal offenders, I won’t stand idly by as they’re met with resistance from rogue or incompetent prosecutors who refuse to uphold the law.” 

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