On a cold, rainy Friday morning in September, the Craven County Superior Court house was packed full with warm spirit for a special setting of Court. The day marked the swearing in of Craven County’s newest young attorney—Ms. Jaimee Bullock. The ceremony was conducted by the Honorable Resident Superior Court Judge, Benjamin Alford, and holding the bible as Ms. Bullock took her oath were her proud parents. The event was attended by many members of the local bar and many of Ms. Bullock’s colleagues and mentors from the District Attorney’s Office where she externed during her time attending North Carolina Central Law School (Cum Laude). Born and raised in Jones County, a New Bern High graduate, and a UNC-Chapel Hill graduate, Ms. Bullock has come back home to work in the law offices of GreeneWilsonCrow, P.A. She showed up ready to practice law the day she was on notice of passing the North Carolina Bar Exam, and has already worked on matters ranging from First Degree Murder to Federal Multi-State Drug conspiracies. She will continue to focus her practice in all aspects of Criminal Law. The Special Setting of Court concluded with Ms. Bullocks’s own remarks which forecast to all in attendance the beginning of her great career.