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DA: Growing caseloads remain concern


Nick Todaron...@ennisdailynews.com

Patrick Wilson is looking at just how his office will cope with increasing caseloads and tight county finances days after voters re-elected him as the Ellis County and District Attorney.

Wilson, who won Tuesday with more about 61.5 percent of the votes cast in the race, was originally appointed to the position in 2010, taking office in 2011 to fill the unexpired term of former DA Joe Grubbs, now presiding over the 378th District Court.

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