Peoria Public Radio Staff
Tue May 27, 2014
Peoria County Board to consider public defender contract
“When you're dealt aces at the table, how you play them makes it a lot easier. And I really feel like for the most part we have some very skilled and highly dedicated professionals that have been in their positions for many years,” Brown says.
Brown says he also plans to update the public safety committee monthly on office operations. Brown replaces Thomas Penn, who held the position for three decades. The contract was re-bid amid questions regarding the Penn’s handling of office finances.