Assistant Prosecutor Honored for Work in Chardon Shooting Case

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Nicholas Burling (Courtesy: Geauga Co. Prosecutor's Office)

Nicholas Burling (Courtesy:  Geauga Co. Prosecutor's Office)

Nicholas Burling (Courtesy: Geauga Co. Prosecutor’s Office)

CHARDON, Ohio– A high honor for a Northeast Ohio assistant prosecuting attorney.

Nicholas Burling was recognized as a ‘Meritorious Assistant Prosecutor’ at the annual meeting of the Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association.

He was recognized most notably for his work as a member of the prosecution team for the Chardon shooting case.

In a press release, Geauga County Prosecutor Jim Flaiz said, “Nick’s work for the residents of Geauga County is well deserving of statewide recognition. His work in the Chardon shooting case was exemplary.”

Burling was one of three assistant prosecutors in the whole state of Ohio to receive the award.

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