Piper French

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After winning a hotly-contested election, LA County’s new district attorney took over the nation’s largest prosecutorial outfit in late 2020.

LA deputy district attorneys have a long history of opposing George Gascón’s reforms

After winning a hotly-contested election, LA County’s new district attorney took over the nation’s largest prosecutorial outfit in late 2020.

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