Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney Jim Plowman was re-elected to the Board of Directors of the Virginia Association of Commonwealth's Attorneys at its 74th annual meeting Aug. 4 in Virginia Beach.
Plowman has served on the board as a representative of Virginia's 10th Congressional District since he was elected in 2005.
"I’m honored to continue in this position and represent the interests of Virginia prosecutors in our region,” stated Plowman. “It’s critical that Loudoun County maintain a strong voice within our organization given the size of our jurisdiction," Plowman said in a released statement.
VACA is a professional association that seeks to promote uniformity in justice administration in Virginia. They also try to cooperate with the General Assembly to enact legislation that advances the general welfare and safety of Virginians.
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