Attorney Diana Moers (pronounced murse) announces her intent to seek the Republican nomination for Vanderburgh County Prosecutor.
Moers, an Evansville native and graduate of North High School, brings over fourteen years of experience as a trial attorney and litigator at the state and federal level, dedicating the bulk of her career to public service work. Moers began her career as a prosecutor in Illinois before returning to Indiana to prosecute white collar crime throughout Indiana—including cases in Vanderburgh County. Moers currently spends the bulk of her practice in civil rights litigation—defending the State of Indiana and its agencies and officials in federal and state courts.
“Vanderburgh County deserves a fighter who will work with integrity to keep our community safe,” said Diana Moers. “I pledge to rebuild a working relationship with law enforcement and victims of violent and sexual crimes to get the justice Vanderburgh County deserves. I look forward to sending a clear message that we take these crimes seriously: law-abiding citizens will have a strong and effective advocate on their side.”
Moers added, “The Prosecutor must operate with absolute integrity to serve effectively and I intend to make sure that happens. Our Prosecutor’s office should be a leader for effective, fair, and efficient prosecution with absolute integrity and professionalism.”