Lawyer Williams, trying to make people believe he had some experience, said during a candidate forum last month that he tried an average of three felony cases a month when he was a deputy prosecutor. Circuit Judge David Burnett, who was the Prosecuting Attorney at that time, said that Bob Thompson was actually the Deputy Prosecutor and he did not recall Williams prosecuting any felony cases for his office. None. "I don't want to get involved in a political race in
Lawyer Williams told a reporter that he and Judge Burnett have "different recollections" of his service at this point in time. I guess it depends on what the definition of "trying three felony cases a month for three years" is.