Chief Financial Crimes Prosecutor, North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys
Charles A. “Chuck” Spahos has been the chief financial crimes prosecutor for the North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys since January 2018. Prior to this role, Spahos served five and half years as the executive director of the Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia following more than 10 years as the elected solicitor-general of Henry County, Georgia. He previously practiced law as a sole practitioner and served as the solicitor for the City of McDonough Municipal Court during those three years. Additionally, Spahos is a certified police officer, having been a patrol officer, a narcotics investigator, and later the Chief Investigator of the Flint Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office. Upon graduation from law school, he became an assistant district attorney. Spahos received his BS in criminal justice from Mercer University in 1994 and graduated Magna Cum Laude from John Marshall Law School in 1997. Spahos served in the U.S. Army National Guard from 1987-1992 and was on active duty during Operation Desert Storm.