Commonwealth's Attorney Making Presence at Accident Scenes

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 9/01/2012 9:01 pm
       Fayette County Commonwealth's Attorney Ray Larson is becoming a regular at crime and accident scenes.

        Larson and his assistants walk around the scenes with police investigators trying to get a first-hand account of what potentially could end up being a case they'll work.

        Larson says even if no one is charged with anything at the scenes, that's still important to determine.

        The Commonwealth's Attorney says they also question police to get their account of what happened based on their initial investigations. He says the questioning of police helps teach the officers how to describe the scene in simple terms, something they will most likely have to do in court anyways.

        
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