After an intensive interview process, Berrien County has chosen a new prosecutor.
Michael Sepic of St. Joseph was selected for the task. This is according to our reporting partners at the Herald Palladium.
Sepic is currently the Chief Assistant Prosecutor and has worked 25 years in the Berrien County Prosecutor’s Office.
The decision was made by four Berrien County judges just a day after interviewing finalists for the position on Monday.
Sepic will replace Arthur Cotter who was appointed to Berrien County District Judge by Governor Rick Snyder in May.