Marc Debbaudt

Association of Deputy District Attorneys

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President of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys, the collective bargaining agent for deputy district attorneys for the county of Los Angeles

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Since California voters passed Prop 47 less than a year ago, some crimes are on the increase while arrests are on the decline.

One Year In, Has Prop 47 Made California Less Safe?

Since California voters passed Prop 47 less than a year ago, some crimes are on the increase while arrests are on the decline.

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