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The Jefferson Parish district attorney's office dropped an additional prescription drug possession charge against Molitor, court records said.
According to Us Weekly, the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office said that Jones pleaded no contest to one misdemeanor count of assault with a firearm.
Her father, Michael Duarte, is a deputy district attorney, and her older brother, also Michael, is a prospect for the Chicago White Sox baseball team, Myers said.
Unlike the district attorney, which handles prosecution in criminal cases, the county attorney's office can file civil litigation against a location to close down a business with recurring criminal activity.
Asset-forfeiture funds are allocated to police departments, district attorneys and state government programs.
Campion, the former Anchorage district attorney, says that office used to have 36 prosecutors.
The Santa Barbara County district attorney’s office declined to comment, saying the case remains a pending criminal matter.
The Multnomah County district attorney disagreed with the Portland Public Schools' new legal interpretation.
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