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April 17, 2009


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I think that it is amazing that in this day and age, as a prosecutor, a person could think that this type of behavior will not be noticed. Although it tarnishes the name of the rest of us prosecutors out here trying to do our jobs at least it was discovered and a new trial was ordered.

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