Hinds County Prosecutor Faces Felony Charges

HINDS COUNTY, MS (Ben Caxton) — The top prosecutor in Mississippi’s largest county is facing felony charges of stalking and robbery. Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith turned himself in for booking yesterday in neighboring Rankin County, where he was indicted. The 46-year-old Smith also faces a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence. The state attorney general’s office is handling the case against Smith. Last year he was charged with conspiring to hinder prosecution of a drug case. In January, a jury could not agree on whether to convict him.



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