District attorney declines re-election
March 21, 2012
After 12 years of serving as the Tenth Judicial District Attorney Ron Reeves, has announced he will not seek re-election as district attorney and will retire at the end of his term in December.
“I feel good about my decision to retire, particularly in light of the fact that the District Attorney’s office will be in good hands with Chief Deputy District Attorney Tim Rose,” Reeves said.
Reeves began practicing law in 1991 and was elected district attorney for the Tenth Judicial District, covering Quay, DeBaca and Harding counties, in 2000.
Reeves expressed his appreciation to the citizens of the Tenth Judicial District, “I wish to thank everyone for the support they have provided me as district attorney and the hospitality and generosity shown to my family over the years.”
Reeves, and his wife, Michelle, plan to retire to Cloudcroft, where they have recently purchased a home.