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Georgia Lawyer Trades Prosecutor Post to Peddle Popsicles


Nicholas J. Carse has no regrets trading in his job as an assistant prosecutor in Gwinnett County, Georgia, to fulfill his dream to go into business with his brother and do their own thing.

The two are selling homemade fruit popsicles from carts outside gas stations, farmers markets and festivals.

Their business, King of Pops, has become a local sensation, according to the Fulton County Daily Report.

“I didn’t quit the law because I didn’t like it, but because I felt I’d regret it if I didn’t try this,” Carse tells the legal publication.

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