Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Frank Spain has announced his candidacy for prosecuting attorney for Ashley, Bradley, Chicot, Desha, and Drew counties.
His 24 years of experience serving as a deputy and chief deputy prosecuting attorney has prepared him for the responsibilities of the elected prosecuting attorney. He is a 1997 graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Law and began his career as a deputy prosecuting attorney in Dardanelle. In 2001, he became deputy prosecutor for Prosecuting Attorney Thomas Deen, in Dermott. He has proudly spent the last 20 years serving the people of Southeast Arkansas.
Frank has prosecuted cases in District, Juvenile, and Circuit courts for all types of crimes from Driving While Intoxicated to Capital Murder. He has helped families obtain mental health and drug treatment for their loved ones through the civil commitment process and has taught classes on criminal procedure and self-defense to church and community groups.
He met his wife, LaDonna, in McGehee, and they reside in Monticello. They have three daughters and two grandchildren.
“With your help, I will continue my work with local law enforcement and community organizations to ensure the safety of our families, friends, and neighbors,” Spain said. “Please vote for me on May 24, 2022, and thank you for your support.”
For more information about the campaign call 1-800-245-9495 or email [email protected]