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The former U.S. attorney says the job of the federal prosecutor is to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
The former detective's testimony is particularly necessary because Guevara, who also speaks Spanish, acted as an interpreter when the Spanish-speaking Solache confessed to a prosecutor decades ago, Obbish said.
Jason Robb, who lived in Lebanon, was scheduled to pick up their children that morning and take them to school, prosecutors said.
Prosecutors presented information during a preliminary hearing in Conecuh County District Court on Monday suggesting that Jordan supplied marijuana to Andrews, Marshall said.
As part of the unusual agreement, federal prosecutors agreed not to pursue charges that could have sent Epstein to prison for life.
Police and prosecutors accuse Herbert of pouring a caustic chemical on the two huskies, and of later gouging out the left eye of one of the dogs.
Before his service in the FBI, Comey worked as a federal prosecutor in New York and Virginia.
Why would prosecutors leave that out of their indictment?
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: a lawyer who represents the side in a court case that accuses a person of a crime and who tries to prove that the person is guilty
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