Todd Spitzer

Orange County Board of Supervisors

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Chairman of the Orange County Board of Supervisors; former California Assemblyman for the 71st District (2002-2012); former Orange County assistant district attorney (1990-1997)

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Last December, 20-year old Kevin Jonas Rojano-Nieto was convicted of sodomizing a three-year-old family member in Orange County.

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Last December, 20-year old Kevin Jonas Rojano-Nieto was convicted of sodomizing a three-year-old family member in Orange County.

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The so-called Victims' Bill of Rights was voted into the state constitution in 1982, but supporters of  Proposition 9  on next week's ballot say what they call a "broken" system favors…

Proposition 9: Criminal Justice System and Victims' Rights

The so-called Victims' Bill of Rights was voted into the state constitution in 1982, but supporters of Proposition 9 on next week's ballot say what they call a "broken" system favors…

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