By Jean A. Flanagan
When Keshia Tenorio started her college career, she didn’t study law, she studied sociology.
“I always wanted to be a lawyer,” Tenorio said. “But I wanted to work with families and children. I wanted to understand people and family dynamics.”
Tenorio is the new Hardy County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney. She will be responsible for abuse and neglect cases in circuit court and misdemeanors in magistrate court. “I’ll also work with Lucas on any trials and for him when he’s out of the office,” she said.
Prosecuting Attorney Lucas See said it was Tenorio’s resume that first interested him.