Contra Costa DA feels growing heat from decision to reduce misdemeanor prosecutions
There are 1 comment on the Contra Costa Times story from Apr 24, 2009, titled Contra Costa DA feels growing heat from decision to reduce misdemeanor prosecutions. In it, Contra Costa Times reports that:
District Attorney Robert Kochly's budget-driven non-prosecution policy for certain misdemeanors is drawing strong complaints and some outrage from city and county leaders, despite the top prosecutor's forewarning that attorney layoffs would mean his office would not be able to handle its usual case load.
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#1 Apr 27, 2009
Everybody ARM THEMSELVES!
Get a gun while you still can and take the law into your own hands.
Crack heads now can kick in your door and rob you anytime they want then WALK away with their dred locks bouncing and gold teeth blinging.
THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF THE END!
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