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June 04, 2010

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James Terry V

Was this rarity a move on the prosecutor's part, a pre-emptive move to save future prosecution of the defendant, or to show respect for the rights of the defendant? It is a sad thing when the public questions the actions of law enforcement and those prosecutors who attempt to legalize (in court) the actions of law enforcement.

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