Sarah Poole/News David Lashley,  bailiff for the Knox County Common Pleas Court, has been successfully maintaining courtroom security in Knox County for the past 17 years.

Sarah Poole/Mount Vernon News

David Lashley, bailiff for the Knox County Common Pleas Court, has been successfully maintaining courtroom security in Knox County for the past 17 years.
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MOUNT VERNON — As a bailiff for the Knox County Common Pleas Court, David Lashley has been a part of nearly every type of trial imaginable; he also aides as vital role in the judiciary process in our county by maintaining courtroom security.

“I sit in every hearing, practically: Divorce, disillusions, civil suits, criminal cases,” Lashley said. “I hear (everything).”

Lashley’s journey to becoming a Knox County bailiff began 17 years ago. While he was working as a probation officer in a juvenile court, a bailiff position became available, and he wasted no time to jump at the opportunity.

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