Kaila Sewell Browning Becomes Robertson County’s First Female Criminal Prosecutor
ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) –Kaila Browning of Joelton was sworn-in today as Robertson County’s first female criminal prosecutor.
Browning (pictured) was sworn in by District Attorney John Carney and Circuit Judge Jill Ayres at 9 AM this morning.
Kaila Sewell Browning was raised in Joelton, Tennessee and attended Davidson Academy through high school. She matriculated to Austin Peay State University where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. She continued her education at Belmont University College of Law. Prior to law school, she worked as an office manager at a Nashville law firm for three years. During and after her law program, she worked at the Robertson County DA’s office as an intern.
“We are honored to have her join our office. She has seen the criminal law from both sides….the defense and the prosecution, and she chose to be allied with the law enforcement side,” said Deputy District Attorney General, Dent Morris.
“I am absolutely thrilled to be the newest member of the Office of the District Attorney here in Robertson County and to be the first woman to serve as a prosecuting attorney for this office,” Browning told Smokey Barn News Thursday afternoon. “After having spent a number of years here as an intern, I have no doubts that I will be able to serve our community effectively and to uphold the constitution of the Great State of Tennessee.”
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