the prosecuting attorney

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But first, the Prosecuting Attorney, who was paid to prosecute all offenders against the People, drew him aside and talked with him privately.
Oh, I'll prosecute you all right," retorted the Prosecuting Attorney.
You'd better shake and make up," the Prosecuting Attorney repeated, and this time there was almost a threat in his voice.
The morning of the trial the Prosecuting Attorney made another attempt to patch up the affair.
The Judge somehow failed to notice them, while the Prosecuting Attorney and Patsy's attorney shied off from them gracefully.
Both Patsy's attorney and the Prosecuting Attorney rested their cases, letting everything go before the Court without argument.
He decided that, in his ignorance, he had wasted his own time and that of the prosecuting attorney.
A deftly crafted suspense thriller from first page to last, "Blood Defense" demonstrates author Marcia Clark (she was the prosecuting attorney in the O.
Print And Deliver (3,000) "discovery Invoice" Forms For The Office Of The Prosecuting Attorney, County Of Hawaii.
Steve Parks, the prosecuting attorney for Michigan's Delta County, finally got the Merriam-Webster company to agree to add the word "Yooper" to its 2014 print and online dictionaries.
Jennings was born in Virginia in 1863 and moved to El Reno, Oklahoma, where he became the prosecuting attorney for Canadian County, according to the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The newspaper says that Harutyunyan was the prosecuting attorney in the case on the Oct 27 act of terrorism and the lawyer of

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