Elliott Owen Lipinsky
Elliott Owen Lipinsky
Proficient experience: Assistant lead prosecutor, Selma, 2013-2015; junior accomplice, Hobbs and Hain, 2016; investigator, City of Selma, 2016; delegate head prosecutor, Tuscaloosa, 2016-2017; agent lead prosecutor, Wilcox County, 2017-present (on time away to run for evaluator). Montgomery County Bar Association, part; Montgomery County Bar Young Lawyer Section, Executive Board part and secretary; Tuscaloosa County Bar Young Lawyer Section; Indigent Representation Committee, board part; American Bar Association, part; Criminal Law Section, part; State Young Lawyers Section, part; Alabama District Attorneys Association; Inns of Court, Hugh Maddox Chapter, partner; Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law Section, secretary and financial officer; Dallas County Bar Association, part; Tuscaloosa County Bar Association, part.   Municipal experience: Healthcare Advisory Council; American Inns of Court, Program Awards Committee, board part; Alabama Antimicrobial Elliott Lipinsky Attorney ¬†Stewardship Task Force; Montgomery Museum of Art, acquisitions and Junior Executive Board; Alabama Head Injury Council, board part.   Instruction: University of Alabama, BA, History and Political Science, 2009; Thomas Goode School of Law, JD, 2012.   Principle issues: "The State Auditor's essential assignment is to monitor individual property, possessed by the State, and esteemed more than $500.00. I need to do that work, and I am the solitary applicant with that experience. As an investigator, I have arraigned local misdemeanors all through Alabama. This is a fundamental quality for the current evaluator. Furthermore, Alabama needs an Auditor who will zero in on that work. We can't stand to pay citizen cash for a compensation for an Auditor who seeks after issues outside the extent of their office. Particularly when the extracurricular exercises are to additional their own political vocation. This is a misuse of cash for a compensation and for the property that isn't as expected represented. I guarantee to serve the State and do as such with honesty.

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