Tony Rackauckas

Orange County District Attorney

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A special    committee report    released yesterday found that a “failure of leadership” at the Orange County district attorney's office paved the way for big problems with its…

Orange County D.A. Informant Scandal

A special committee report released yesterday found that a “failure of leadership” at the Orange County district attorney's office paved the way for big problems with its…

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