Adams part of alliance protecting drug-endangered kids

May 9, 2014

Chrissy Adams, the 10th Circuit Solicitor serving Oconee and Anderson counties, is among 22 federal, state and local leaders who have aligned to identify and protect drug-endangered children in South Carolina. In her role as president of the SC Solicitors’ Association, Adams has joined fellow professionals to strive for ways to identify and protect those children removed from drug environments, who are in danger of physical, mental and emotional abuse, as well as exposure to the use of firearms, violence or other dangers associated with drug-making and distribution.

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