Shelby County District Lawyer Amy Weirich is strongly pushing back from statements built by a new team opposing her reelection.

In a letter despatched to The Professional Appeal’s authorized counsel, Weirich’s marketing campaign attorney Chris Patterson disputes statements manufactured in an viewpoint piece revealed by the team Persons for Fairness and Justice. This happened just after The Commercial Appeal’s editor Mark Russell attained out to Weirich’s workplace requesting she create an viewpoint piece of her individual for the newspaper to publish.

The Business Attraction had meant to publish Weirich’s piece at the same time as the piece by Individuals for Fairness and Justice, a group that consists of Cardell Orrin, Memphis govt director of Stand for Youngsters, Tennessee Point out Sen. Raumesh Akbari, Just Town Govt Director Josh Spickler and Paul Shaffer, vice president of the Tennessee AFL-CIO Labor Council.