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Though there's no organized opposition campaign, both the state public defender and the state prosecuting attorneys' association have come out against it, citing possible unintended consequences, as has the ACLU.
The agency identified Homsley as a suspect in the dog theft, said no arrests had been made and were recommending charges to the county prosecuting attorney's office.
The death penalty panel will be made up of six prosecuting attorneys as well as any attorneys assigned to prosecuting a particular case.
City Council member Cal Rolfson — a former North Dakota prosecuting attorney — wasn’t on the council when the earlier vote on where dispensaries would be allowed took place.
Ron O’Brien, prosecuting attorney of Franklin County, Ohio, said people on each floor of his office are trained to administer naloxone.
No further court dates will be set according to the office of the prosecuting Attorney in Kalamazoo, until the Michigan Supreme Court makes a decision.
Typically when defense and prosecuting attorneys agree that a case should be dismissed, a judge will rule accordingly.
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