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Apparently,

he had no law enforcement or public safety experience prior to his appointment in 2009.

He did, however, provide legal advice to former Governor Easley throughout his Governorship and evidently during his tenure as Attorney General.

Shouldn't the top guy, who heads the state agency tasked with all of this responsibility have some work related experience?

Sorry, I forgot. He's a Democrat. Look at the White House occupant. You apparently need little if any leadership skill to secure that job. Just promise change without specifying whether it will be good or not.

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