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The district attorney contended that the three men were a danger to public safety.
Luckily, no one died in the fire, the district attorney said.
An investigation being conducted by the Fire Department’s arson unit, with assistance from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, has concluded and been forwarded to the district attorney’s office for prosecution.
Senior journalists are leaving the company and advertisers are cutting ties after allegations of fraud, a raid by the Manhattan district attorney’s office and the firing of top editors at the publication who had been investigating the company.
Anchorage district attorney Rick Allen said the case highlighted a need for Walker's legislative fix.
The district attorney also declined to discuss details of Ward's background.
The Bronx district attorney’s office has argued that Sergeant Barry ignored his training, provoked the confrontation and then overreacted.
Her criminal law and trial experience came as a prosecutor in the late 1980s at the Orleans Parish district attorney’s office.
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