Lori Phillips Jones’ enthusiasm is infectious.
It is a trait that will serve her well now that she has taken the helm at the Eighth Judicial District Attorney’s Office.
Last week marked the beginning of Jones’ new appointment.
She became the district attorney general after Paul Phillips retired following 33 years in the position. With two years left in Phillips’ term, Jones was chosen by Gov. Bill Haslam to step into the role.
In a sense it is the job Jones has been preparing for since high school.
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