district attorney

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an official prosecutor for a judicial district

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Austin says," continued the district attorney, "she's looked into this case, and asks to have the man turned over to her.
Most Oregonians don't know - or care - that salaries vary drastically for district attorneys across the state.
Benny Osorio prevailed in the trials while facing a relentless stream of difficulties, including witness problems and complex legal issues, said the Association of Deputy District Attorneys of Los Angeles County.
Accordingly, district attorneys have embraced an innovative philosophy called community prosecution.
The strategy for desktop videoconferencing had to incorporate stringent technical standards, as well as providing a 'user friendly' system which would be readily accepted by the Assistant District Attorneys (ADAs) and police officers.
E[acute accent]Massachusetts District Attorneys Association Integrates AccuRoute with DAMION Prosecutor Case Management for Improved Efficiency, Lower Cost and Greater Document Control
Steve Ipsen, president of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys, said the group's board, realizing that supervisors have cut manpower in the sheriff's and district attorney's staffs in recent years, voted to support the tax increase despite concerns that new local revenues might be used in a general budget shift rather than a real enhancement of law enforcement.
He served as an assistant district attorney from 1973 to 1986 under District Attorneys Arlen Specter, Emmett Fitzpatrick, Ed Rendell and Ron Castille.
Today, District Attorney Jeanine Pirro, representing the District Attorneys Association of New York State, addressed members of the NYS Assembly Standing Committees on Codes, Corrections and Mental Health, urging them to pass the Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predators bill.
The District Attorney's Office has offered the assistance of two deputy district attorneys in Berger's place, but they will be available only to prosecute cases the apartment patrol develops and to lead some training classes.
When the Colorado District Attorney's Council (CDAC), a statewide co-op of the District Attorneys of Colorado, sought ways to help its DAs work more efficiently and improve overall performance, it turned to Business Objects (Nasdaq:BOBJ)(Euronext Paris ISIN code: FR0004026250-BOB), the world's leading provider of business intelligence (BI) solutions.
In a plebiscite vote released Tuesday of more than 300 members of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys, 58 percent voted in favor of keeping Cooley in office and 42 percent voted for Higgins.
He is the former president of the Massachusetts District Attorneys Association and a former director of the National District Attorneys Association.
SANTA CLARITA - Local deputy district attorneys filed about 40 percent more felony cases in January through June than in the first half of 2002, possibly the result of changes in the Newhall prosecutors' office.
She is a frequent lecturer for The California District Attorney's Association, The National College of District Attorneys, The California Center on Judicial Education and Research, and numerous local and national law enforcement, professional and educational organizations.
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