October 2021 Honorees
Pat McCutchen Award
District Attorney General, 30th Judicial District
This award is presented each year to the individual who best exemplifies the goals and ideals of the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference and their efforts to improve the quality of justice for all Tennesseans. Having dedicated over 10 years of service to the Conference as DA and 20 years prior to that as an assistant prosecutor, District Attorney General Amy Weirich has always been an invaluable member of this team. Gen. Weirich served as the 2020 Conference president and continues to lead the Public Education and Social Media Committee.
Ray Crouch and Team
District Attorney General, 23rd Judicial District
This award is presented annually to an Assistant District Attorney General, Victim Witness Coordinator or employee of the criminal division who has demonstrated exceptional service to the Criminal Justice System of Tennessee, the TNDAGC and the citizens we serve. District Attorney General Ray Crouch, ADA Josh Turnbow, ADA Meg Sagi, ADA David Wyatt, VWC Kate Beasley, VWC Renea Edmondson and VWC Carrie Ragan were all chosen for this honor for their work in the successful prosecution of the murders of Sgt. Daniel Baker and Joe Clyde Daniels.
Tony Clark Award
Victim Witness Coordinator, 4th Judicial District
This award was established by the TNDAGC Executive Committee in 2018 in memory of the late District Attorney General Tony Clark. The award is presented annually to a non-prosecutor staff member of the TNDAGC who exhibits the highest character and demonstrates exceptional compassion, care and dedication to victims of crimes. Victim Witness Coordinator Kim Hudson was chosen for this award for demonstrating all these qualities and more in her service to the victims of the 4th Judicial District.
DUI Prosecutor of the Year Award
Assistant District Attorney, 11th Judicial District